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Ir I3uES I DENT s FFIC I3EIIEA KY X BEREA PUBLISHING CO INCOlirOKATKH STANLEY FROST Manager Knttml at the Pottaglet at Jtcrta Ky at second dim nattmatttr Vol XI Five cents a copy BEKEA MADISON MAY 12 1910 One Dollar a year No 95 I I OF THE Englands King Dies His Son Sue cuds Him as George VEarth quake In Central America Kills Fifteen Disaster Costs 200 LivesHearst Sues Many Newspapers KILLS 1OOAn earthquake last Thursday desroycd tho small cityof Cartage Costa loco and over fltteen hundred poruons were killed in tho ruins of tholr homes Aid hay been ent from nearby count tries but them is danger of great suffering among the survivor of the disaster KINO EDWARD DEAD Edward eo VII king of arc Brltlau and Ireland and Emperor of India died suddenly last Saturday after a very short Ill none The cause of his death was heart trouble following an attack of pneumonia Ills second son Gaorge has hewn called o the throne Tho eldest tOn died some time ago Thu new king will take the name of George tho Fifth The coronation will not take place for sumo time yet but he has tully en trot on his power at once It is believed that under the now king there will bo less gaiety at the Court and that the Sovereign will spend much flan in trying to Improve conditions of the poor r GREAT DETECTIVE DEAD Supt Tom Dynios probably the most j famous devolves in America today cxcop Pinkerton is dead In New York Byrne was par years head of the Detective Bureau of that city I and was the Inventor of the famous Dcsruo mohod of cslrooilng from criminals ANOTHER WHISKEY KILLING Arch Brown of Staunton West Va opened fire with a shot gun into o Crowd on Sunday because one mom I ber of the crowd had n dispute with over two quars of whiskey Ho two and wounded four others tho man he was utter was not hurt KILLS 200 MINEItS Over two hundred miters wore klllod early last week in a coal mite in Alabama by an explosion which cut them off trom escape Most of them were suf focacd by the poisonous gases BOY BANDIT SENTENCEDTom- Heal the boy who killed a cashier or- an Indiana bank in attempting a holdup has boon Hsntenccd to spend his life in the penitentiary HEARST ON WARPATH Wil liam Randolph Hears has gone on the warpath over the speech against him mode by Mayor Gaynor of Now York at a banquut of the newspapermen of the country there some weeksI ago Tho speech contained serious charges against Hearst and ho was allowed no chance to defend himself Ho is now engaged in bring ing libel suits against all papers that printed the speech Already sixteen suits have been begun against papers and damages of 100000 In each case i are asked Similar suVta have begun against some individual editors and Associated Press la n torI Looks like Mr HooTJItI be a rich man some day W l 1 avr E THE CIT ZENto the of the IIIi KENTUCKY lI IVALVENOT what some Ispeople imagine it to be There is only one kind of VALUE Actual l garment we offer is worth what we ask for it A 15 suit will be worth 15 in actual wearing value to you At the price you pay us we are absolute ly certain that it is the most Style Quality and to be had for the I MADE MAKE r BereaRgyTHE NEWS WEEK HundredMine 1EAItT1QUAii1 Ifhltd 1him Imlght Devoted Interests Mountain People CLOTHING worthEvery Workmanship mone- yFRIEND CLOTHES FRIENDS J TRUSTS IN POLITICS How the Great Rich Corporations Accomplish their Purposes by Means of Corruption of Both Pol iticians and Voters People Really to Blame for Bad Government Money Always Harmful We have heard a good deal In the last few mouths about the control which the truss have over our government It has been shown that they have more influence than all the common people in tho making of tariff rates k is hlned that they can prevent certain actions the Department or Justice and Uieycer lUnly have had a great deal to do wUh framing the corporation tax law lireImany no they have Influence Nor dots any one doubt that their Influence Is bad for the rest of UK The laws they have opposed have been the ones most needed to proect the rights of the poor people the laws they have fought for have been the one which made it possible for the very rich men to sweat a little more out of the general purse Tho tariffs they have secured have In creased tho prices of the things wo nil have to buy Their interference in the department of Justice has prevented the poor man or tho mual dealer who came In contact with the misB from gutting his rights In short they have been using so much of he government as they wanted and are really ruling this great coun try And Juat so far aa they do this we are no longer a free people for a free country is one that la ruled by Jio people und wii us the trusts Instead rule tho people Now It is evident Unit men fctlll have the rlgh 0 voe and that tlu men In tho Inglslatlve halts and on tho judicial bench who are betraying the interests of the peoplo to the runts were elected by the votes of the people Therefore it is Impossl blo for some men to see that the court ry Is not as free as ever liveryman casts a tree vote they say and so the people rule Men who say such things hair nev er thought carefully abou our form of government Thiy do not under stand that It U possible for a few people to sell the freedom of all the rest and tho they know all the facts about the way our freedom is being sold they do not put those faoU to gether in such a way that tho danger Is plain to them Let us turn aside for a mina e to consider the facts about popular gov ernment The first one of course Is that every man has his vote so that when the people really are aroused by anything they can by their voes get what they want That is they can elect the mon they wanlt This is really the only advantago that popu lar government has and there goes with it the fact if the people are not aroused and do not choose wise ly those voters who will take an Interest and stand together can ga- In the officers they want So when good men fall to take an interest Continued on fifth ptlCe J WANTED A FOOL KILLER From all iiulicntioiiH the celebrated individual who goes by thu name of foolkiller has beets Inking a vocalic It is not often that there are more fouls than usual around but certainly the lant few weeks have been producing good ninny more than are needed to daysOfa certain number of people develop traces and start out after the first prize fur fools This one is showing a mighty flue crop of this class of people The fuels are well known the course of the comet the fact tint the earth will pass turn the tail the certainty that there will be no damage dunt and that will show us when that passage happens all these things have been published broadcast And yet In the papers in one morning the editor found the followin- ggristAn article to proves that the comet would carry away the top half of the earthtin article to prove that we should all be poisoned to death an article to prove that tie end of the world was at hand an article to prove that the comet turned red when King Edward diednn article to prove that the comet caused the earthquake in Costa Rica Also two women who had killed themselves because they thought the comet would cause the endof the world and one man that crucified himselfactually nailed himself to a cross all but one hand be was afraid to die It is well for everybody to be prtipared to die for trulno one readyButin the greatest danger for if there is a fool killer he willsure get them first THE PAIN IN THE POCKET There is a good deal of very sharp criticism of politicalcon ditious these days Many people have paid no attention to the stories of oppression of small dealers by the trusts to the charges of bribery in legislature and even her congress to the power of corporations over legislators elected by the people and plain talk about other great evils which clear headed men have known for years wouldendanger the Republic but all ofa sudden they are waking up and taking notice and the political machine nhichhas stood all destroyedWhyWe do not know for sure and there are probably goodman reasons More and more people have become convinced of the truth in these matters and besides there is a real awakening of the public conscience But up to date many men have simply stood Loci when the evils of our public life were exposedand declared that it didnot affect them bitterlybesideasked what was the matter Boohoooooo was the answer my skates is in dare Thats too bad how did it happen 1 boyWemany men like that They are not interested in tho death of Jimmy Jones unless legislaturersthat corporations are licensed to steal or that the freedom of the Republic itself is in danger just so long as they cannot see that they are going to be hurt But now at last the results of the evils are showing up in the increased cost of living and they are having it proved to their pocket books that something is really wrong Is not that the secret of a good deal of the present reform- If it is more power to the increased cost If it takes that to awaken the sleeping citizens of this country hurrah for III If it is only by having the prices go up that men can he made to learn that morals hive gone down may the prices go still higher If business men have no interest except in their pocket books let us be thank ful that their pocket hooks have been made to suffer Of course the two things have gone together The interests of nipThethe wrong ass being committed even then But so long as many voters cannot see their own interests except when they are rrdurrd to dollars and cents let us be very thankful that Providence has arranged matters so that political evils can finally be reckoned that way and so that even selfish men will finally he aroused to do what patrioticdutyLOUISVILLE EXCURSION Dont forget that this is the week of the great excursion to Frankfort and Louisville under the auspices of the College for the benefit of the students Mr Gamble asks thai the following additional announcements bo made I First Here Is a picture of the boat on which the excursion will go down the river from Louisville thru the canal and locks which are in niln loaire like those at PannmaI SecondMr Belknap has arranged a treat and splendid trip for the excursion thru the city ThirdMr Ogg will take pictures of the excursion at the Capitol in I Frankfort and probably also at the steamer landing FourthThose who do not board at the Hall will have to furnish their own dinners but supper will be furnished for al- lFifthThe train starts at five sharp It is a case of get there crI get left Everybody will havo a good time J Her clea CoalImpure i Although the HeracUa cold fields extend along the shore of tho Black sea 40 miles and extend 200 miles in land the coal contains so many im purities that mining is unprofitable ex cept at ono point from which only 600000 tons a year are taken YI W CI ENTERTAINMENT The entertainment given under the auspices of the Young Womens Chris tian Association at the chapel laU Saturday night in spite of the bad weather was a splendid succors Mrs Calfee and Miss Tuthlll gave tome good readings Prof Rlgby sang a solo and Misses Campbell and Johns played a duet The eelooJons by the Glee Club quantise and orchestra were fine The last part of the program was a comic pantomime Amos Lonely Needer Jno Henry Is a lonesome bachelor and host advertised for a wife As the different appli cants present themselves he teats their ability In dish washing sweep lug etc The lat applicant seems to bo the acme of Perfeo lon and ho decides that his bachelor days are at an end and tells her the house is hers His surprise and consternation whoa she removes her veil and shows her hair gray and face wrinkled and her almost toothless mouth Is very funnySome will be Interested to know that the door receipt were somqhlng over 27 Good friends of the association completed the 30 needed to send one delogae to the Summer Conference alwayesendslare Carrie Spangler President and Louise Frey RECEPTION FOR THOMSONS All members of the Union church and congregation are cordially Invited to atend the reception to be given for Dr and Mrs Thomson Thursday evenlngfMaylB the Parish House at sevenoclock J r4 p j Is way is 3r Out of town school teachers as well as those in the city may use this bank to vantage as for their To transact will relieve you from the danger of money and from being robbed It also insures against the loss of your money fire The of paying your bills and accounts by check is one never to be j f f 4l given up once the habit is t I i 4 1t o r n Berea W H Porter President J F Dean Crisis in Regard to Tafts Policies at Hand Insurgents Bills but Taft Does Not Mind Very Much Regulars Without Ballinger Still on D C May 1910 The critical time Is at hand in the fight of Pres taft for the measures which he wishes to put thru Congress He has hud bills framed in what he believes to be fulfilment of the Rep ublican prrty platform and has made t suih coiinsron as seemed necessary to got the Cannon and Aldrich crowd who did control Congress to pass the meaiti ii Tliu Insurgents too have irumU l bn tnth support for the passage of the measures to carry out thi IMtorm but now that the final tliu is at hand U sejems as It nether party was going to keep the whole jot Its promises For a long time it has been the C t A crowd that delayed action When they finally got the President jo agree to such changes as they wanted began to put a railroad regulation bill thru Then they suddenly discovered that the Insurgents did not consider that their promises would keep them from amending the bills Also the 9andpas found that they did not have enough votes to keep the Insurgents front making some of those said amendments Sometimes the Regulars have won bUt mere often they have not and it now appears that they can never be sure what will happen on a vote They are with out effeoive I The result has been that the bill has been changed out of all resemb lance to its original shape The Insurgents have cut out a great many provisions which they do not like and which they believe are against the Intoresta of the plain people But as the smoke settles a lltile it is found that they have not cut out the things that Mr Taft thinks mos Im portant The newspapers have some of them been making a great fuss about the treason of the Insurgents and accusing them of fighting Tat but it is proty clear that they are only fighting the trusts and that if Talk has been hurt it has only been because he got in the way As a matter of tact he has not been hurt While he thinks some of the things Jie have done are not wise ho Is not by any means ready to read them out of the party So the fight against them by TaBi which some friends of Aldrich have loan predio ing will not come off Just now there is a truce while Cummins and Dolllver are out West for a tow days In the meanwhile the final struggle over the bill will be held up1 They will get back about next Thursday and from then en loud fireworks are expca xd What has actually happened to the bill is this The measures planned by Mr Taft was changed to please Aldrich and others friendly to the railroads They convinced the President that cortaln provisions could be inserted which would bell the railroads without making tt any harder for the rest of us So tho bill was started with these changes But the both In the House and In the Senate believe that these changes would be harmful to the common i ople and have set to work to prevent them One House Continued on fifth fate Jithe to keep up with modern knowledge to read a good newspaper I COUNTY nothing Teachers Accountsain adta depository business salariesI by1iconvenience J established welcomeBerea Bank Trust Co Kentuckyi Calhlcr1 WASHINGTON LETTER Amending Organization Stand- Washington 7 organization Insurgents t considerably Insurgents Knowledge powerand f IIN OUR OWN STATE I Suicidef 1 ers at LexingtonEubank Out for State Superintendent BARR CLEAItEDltobedt Barr who was on trial accused off the killtnighttriders mid was cleared last week I There is a feeling that he was not the right maniNEW CLAY The statue Itwblchseveral years ago has at last been repaired The statue stood on k ttie JLexington cemetery and WILl a monu J meat of honor to the state as well as to the man It Is good that the Commonwealth has nod forgotten her illustrious son- TAYLOR FOR POWERSIt is re ported from Somerset that exGover nor Taylor will return to the state to take the stump for Powers in his race against Edwards LYNCHING THREATENEDWllI- fam j Teel a white farmer who way I t accused of attempting to tuck a thirteen year old girl pear AtqUstnIwas being taken to jail when he learned that an attempt would be made to lynch him He pulled a revolver from his boos leg and killed it himself I DEFY THE LAWA couple ofIprize fighters defied the law at Lox ington early last week and held a t fight Seems if the laws didnt am ount to much sometimes FAULKNER PROPOSED Accord Ing to the Lexington Herald exJudge H C Faulkner has been proposed by Congressman Edwards as U S At r torney for the Eastern District1 since I the President has refused to appoint Harry C Evereole EUDANK WANTSITR S Eu bank known to most teachers as editor of the Southern School nual has announced himself as thoIcandidate for the Democratic tlon for State Superintendent FACTS ABOUT THE COMET Many people are now beginning to report that they have seen the comet and It Is dally growing larger and more brlllant It is now rising as early at It will and from now on it i will rise later and later till next week it will pass over to other side of the sun and be tbeJin the evening Jut before this happens the will go thru the tall of the comet tho tall is thlaeea million mllets long 1 as It Is likely to be There is hardly I a chance that anything will happen on the Earth which will let us know when this time comes The some thing has happened many times be fore and no damage has resul ed The tall is simply a body gas and while some Is r people on Earth will be poisonousI l the air from suffering The stories that the comer will the earth are preposterous and astronomers agree that there is hitftthe sllghtes danger 0 her storks all kinds are printed but no fable scientist Is ever referred to authorityIOld English Ssylnfl As many mince pies as you taste atiChristmas so many happy will you have r b 4 Ii1nuBUZZARDWATERlIoLE GANG rn Jl1KID U TI1JiZ G ICE CIDOWj W revnwAMW 6Ce JL d9lQD00G W 9 J t yAL JRT BIGI LOW Pco R cHrcr KARSOH FUG co 9l = 001 URINO the years that ended the old cen tury and began the newfrom about 1890 to 1902 or later there occurred In Texas a series of strike and mob dts orders of various kinds To quiet trou bles of this sort is the special province of the Ranger service and as th Panhandle became more tractable more rangebroken as one may say Capt Dill McDonald and his pointsfarand to dices agitation Not lOng after the bank murder at Wichita Falls and the capture ot Lewis and Crawford Capt Dill McDonald was summoned there again this time to investigate a strike on the Forth Worth and Den ver railroad Things were In bad shape at the fralls Trains were not allowed to run engines were not permitted to more Riot and bloodshed were imminent andtassembled went ever there They had gathered ins hall and were holding a secret meeting when ho Adoorkeeper saidrrtclJonldanti see what the trouble Is Youre all here now togetherTh reported and presently returned Where are your Rangers be asked toildpliaiidcd There was another consultation inside and the friendlygreellagfotway Then he got up where he could see his audi once Boys he said in his slow friendly way I overtiereyoure going to tear up things generally Now you anythingself ni try to get him whats right if I can I BUPiKwe you think you have a grievance and perhaps you hate but youll never get it set tied this way and Its my business as youall Icnow not to have this sort of work going on youhaventworking or to Injure peoples business or to outoralong because I didnt believe Id need em and I dont think so now but of course if this thing goes on Ill have to bring em and then It will be too late to talk all friendly here to gettu r aa were talking now fin well acquainted with President Good of anythlnltlllgback to work and tell him your troubles after ward Now boys thats all Ive got to say and C reckon If you listen to it youll come out a good deal better than it you listen to one or two men that for some reason of their own are frying to stir up a lot of trouble and will bo In Jail before night as like as not Captain Dill went down on the street and Use crowd soon followed A good many came to him and expressed willingness to go to TTorlr Here and there he talked to a little group In his friendly earnest way The strike at Wichita Falls was over Prom Wichita Falls McDonald went over to Fort Worth where there was similar trouble but learned that a more serious situation ex isted at the Thurber coal mines in Erath county Tho Ringer captain was urged to take his men to Thurber but decided to go alone Arriving at Thurber he hunted up the mine officials for consultation Colonel Hunter pres- Ident of the mines looked at Captain Dill upfrontYou should have brought your men he wild You cant do anything with a gang liko ours alone Well colonel Im wing my men In other places Ill look around a little and do what I can anyway Loitering about the town he discovered that a number of kegs of beer were going out to n blgh hill beyond the Outskirts headquarters of the striking miners He learned that there was to be a sort of mass meeting there that ngnt when the leaders and chief agitators would be on hand Ho decided to bo present It was well after dark when he set out and a good crowd had assembled when he reached the place it was nearly 11 oclock and a speaker had come to the conclusion that the crowd was In the proper condition to take some good radio advlco advice which might be followcei by prompt actionand he proceeded to give It fie told them how they had been mistreated cud what they should do They were to begin l r blowing up the mines and the superinten dents office and he told them which mine to blow up first Then he tod them what they were to do to Old Hunter and it was clear from the faces and the mutterings of the listeners that they were ready to do these things Captain Bill worked his way through the crowd until ho was close to the speakers log When the agitator reached what seemed a good stopping place the Ranger captain suddenly ltipped up bosldo him The speaker stopped dyad still in his surprise It was Captain Dills turn Men ho said this rascal that has been talking to you is an enemy to you and to the country ties trying to get you to commit mur der and to get you sent to the penitentiary or hung You can quit work but you cant kill people and destroy property not in this state Then walking delegates and leaders that are tilling you to do these things are just a sorry Ho or damned scoundrels and Im going to put them where they belong and whore theyre trying to get you Im captain of Company II IQacger service and Im here alone but Ill ibme my men here if I need them and Ill hang just such fellows as this man Captain Bill turned to Indicate his selected victim but ho was no longer there lie had met Vxl into tho crowd and was seen no more Within a brief time the men were nearly all back at work doing better than ever before At various other taints McDonald or hrs Rangers quieted the strikers and prevented troubles of various kinds Usually Captain BUI went alone It was his favorite way of handling mob disorders as we have seen It is told of him In Dallas how he once came alone to that city in response to a dispatch for a com pany of Rangers this time to put down a prize fight Where arc the others asked the disap pointed mayor who met him at the depot Hell aint I enough was the response theres only one prize flght But the San Saba affair was a different mat ter It was in 1S97 that certain citizens of San Saba county petitioned the governor to send Rangers to investigate the numerous mur ders which had been committed in that local itythe number of assassinations then aggre gating 43 within a period of ten years In an earlier day a sort of vigilance commit tee or mob had been organized to deal with lawless characters but In the course of time the usual things happened and the committee itself became the chief menace of the commu nity Whatever worthy members it had orig inally claimed either dropped out or were re moved and were replaced by men who bad a private grudge against a neighbor or desired his property or were fond of murder on gen eral principles In time this deadly organiza tion became not only a social but a political factor and as such had gathered into Its grue some membershipactive and honorarycoun ty officials ranging from the deputy constabu lary to the occupant of tho judicial bench In deed it seemed that a majority of the citizens of San Saba were associated together for the purpose of getting rid either by assassination or Intimidation of the worthier clement of the communityThis of death was well organized It had an active membership of about 300 with obligations rigid and severe Their meeting place was a small natural pool of water al most surrounded by hills It bore the curiously npproprlae name of Buzzards Water Hole and here the Worthy Order of Assassins assembled once a month usually during full moon to transact general business and formu late plans for the removal of offending or su perfluous friends Members In good standing would make- k cpn their desires setting forth reasons why citizens in various walks of life Were better dead and the cases were considered and de crees passed accordingly To break up the Buzzards WaterHole roost and to discourage its practises in and around San Saba was the job cut out for Dill McDon aId and his Rangers during the summer and fall of 1897- Captain McDonald began the work by send- Ing over three ot his men John Sullivan Dud Barker and Edgar veilto Investigate Tho trail wound in and out In a hundred directions and gathered In a regular knot around the seat or justice Perhaps there were town and coun ty officials who were not in the tolls of the deadly membership but if so they were not discoverable Sullivan promptly got into trou ble with the sheriff by reJalling a man whom he found ojtslde holding a reception with his friends when the state bad paid a reward for his capture Sullivan and the sheriff both drew guns but were kept apart and the district judge who seems to have been a sort of hon orary Buzzard holding his office by virtue of society favor undertook to get rid of Sullivan by sending him a long way off after some wit ness suppored to be wanted though why they should want any witness in a court like that would be hird to guess Captain lull himself now came down to look over the field He had his bands full from the startMcDonald interviewed the sheriff and the county official in general and delivered his opinions of them Individually and collectively concluding with tho state wont that he would bring Sullivan back as coals as a message and steam would get him The sheriff re tilled that Sullivan and he ems t litAT lJlJJ OGLE JJ could not stay In the same town Then move said McDonald the county will be rid of one rascal It will be rid of more before I get through here Captain BUI went to Austin himself after Sullivan so that there might be no mistake about his coming He presented the case to Governor Culberson and got his sanction then sent word to his men at San Sobs to meet them and he arrived with Sullivan promptly on time He had expected that there would be a demonstration by tho sheriff and his friend Instead of which the streets of the little town were deserted Captain BUI began doing quiet detective work a labor for which he has a natural apti tude ns shown by the shape of his cars and nose and from tho ferret look ot his eyes that this would be so Good citizens now took further courage and came to the camp with In formation The Ranger captain looked over the field and undertook a case of a particularly coldblooded sort A man named Asa Drown ono of tho mobs early victims had been hanged somo 10 or 12 years before and his son Jim though he had never attempted to avenge his fathers death had fallen under tho ban Jim Brown had never even made any threats but ho must lave been regarded as a menace for one Sunday night while riding from church with bU wife and her brother ho was shot dead from am bush his wife whose horse became frightened and ran within range receiving a painful woundCaptain Bill secured information which con vinced him that one Dill Ogle bad been the chief instigator In this crime The murderers now realized that trouble was In store for them Some of tho men began quietly to leave the country Others consulted together In secluded places and plotted to kill Dill McDonald Sympathizing citizens encour aged this movement and anonymous warn ings always tho first resort of the frightened criminalbegan to arrive in tho Ranger camp Captain Dill paid no attention to such communi cations bo was used to them lie went on gathering and solidifying his evidence preparatory to the arrest of Ogle and such of his as sedates as the proofs would warrant Ogle the tiger of the society as he was consid ered McDonald had not yet seen as the tiger did not live in the town and for some reason had lately avoided those precincts lie arrived however in due season Perhaps the brother hood let him know that it was time he was ta king a hand In tho game Captain McDonald one hot afternoon was talking to an acquaintance on the streets of San Saba when he noticed a stout surly look- Ing man with tho village constable not faraway Now and then they looked and nodded in hU direction and presently an uncompli mentary name drifted to his ear Who is that fellow talking to that sorry con stableho asked Ills companion lowered his voice to a discreet whisper That Is Dill Ogle he said the worst man of the murder mob Captain Bill looked pleased Good bye ho nodded I want to see Dill OgleOgle bad crossed the street and passed through the courthouse to a hardware store on the other side where a number of his friends had collected Dont go over there captain cautioned his t friend youll bo killed sura Well Ill go over and see Captain 11111 re plied quaintly continuing straight toward tho mob store As ho entered there was a little stir then silence Evidently those present bad not ex pected that ho would walk straight among them Here he wasthey could kill him and put an end to all this trouble in short order nut somehow they didnt do It There seemed no good moment to begin Captain Dill walked over and faced Ogle Come outside ho said quietly I want to tall to you Ogle hesitated What do you want to Bay T he asked sul lenlyCaptain DIll laid his hand on Ogles shoul derI want to say some things that you not want your friends to hear he said and a quaver In his voice then would havo boon death Come outside Outside Captain Bill led Ogle to the middle of the street It was blazing hot and the earn burned through his boots but ho could talk to Oglo out there and keep an eye on the others too Now Bill Ogle he said In his deliberate calm wayI know all about you I know bo you and your outfit murdered Jim Brown just how you planned It and how you did It Ive got all the proof and Im going to hang you If there Is any law In this country to bang a man for a foul murder like that Thats what 1 here for and I am not afraid of you nor of any of the men over there in that store that helped you do your killing You ore all a lot of cow ardly murderers that only shoot defenseless men from ambush and Im going to stay here until I break up your gang If I have to put you every one on the gallows or behind tho bars and Im going to begin with you As Captain Dill talked the sweat began to off of Ogle and his knees seemed to Presently they could no longer support hUBtout body and ho sat heavily down In the hot sand trying weakly to mako some defense Ole made several attempts to get on his finally succeeded and went back to his friend- Next morning he was taken to jail and a strong guard was set Consternation now prevailed among the mob and Its friends The examining trial of Dill Oglp was an even In San Saba Josh McCormack was chief witness for the state and was a badly scared man In splto of the fact that the Rangers had arm him and guaranteed him protection from members of the Buzzards WaterHole crow Other witnesses on both sides wore frightened enough for nobody knew what might happen b fore this thing ended When the court of examination adjourned Ogle was held without ball Through tho efforts of District Attorney Lyndon It was decided to trans fer tho case to Ilano county for final trial Lyndon making his fight for the change on tho grounds that no fair trial could bo obtained in tho San Saba court In Llano county Ogles case was fairly tried and ho received a life sentence When the next election of county officials camo around the old lot was wiped out clean and men of char acter and probity camo Into power The road that led to the nod Lands were kept dusty writ the emigration of men who had formerly gall ercd at Buzzards WaterHole and In their stun came those who would give to San Saba nobly enterprise and worthier fame The Deathof John the Baptist SunJir Sclool Lemmas tat May 22 1910 Spseially Arranged for This Paper lrSHOJCTKXT Matthew 14111 Mem on errs IOI2 tOIl KN TBXT1I that li ilow to PRr U heller than the mlKBty and heI that ruicth Ills spirit than he that taketh + p iiv Provo 1641- TlMl John wee beheaded In lath t IJ 2 alter spending a year In ti I prlanuifArgJohn wilt Imprisoned at- M teems Herod palacefortreM on th east of the Dead Sea I Suggestion and Practical Thought Herod a Scoundrel on a Throne Who was the Herod that imprisoned John tho Baptist Four He rods areImentioned In tho Now Testament and It Is necessary to keep them distinct r 1 Herod the Groat king of Judea from 37 D C to 4 A D the Herod who ruled when Christ was born and massacred tho babies of Bethlehem Ho was a cruet tyrant He married ten wives and had many children one of whom was j 2 Herod tho Tetrarch called Herod Antlpai tho ruler of Galileo and Peraea from 4 A D to 39 A D or during our Lords ministry Ho was the Horod to whom Pilate sent Christ aduring his trial and It was he who Im prisoned John the Baptist 3 Herod Agrlppa I grandson of Herod the Groat his father being Ailstobulua was king of Judea A D 4114 having a realm equal to that of Herod tho Great It was ho that slow James the brother of John Imprisoned Peter accepted divine honor and was miserably oaten up of worm 4 Herod Agrlppa H tea of tho lore going was thereforo groat grandson af tiered tho Great When Paul made his famous plea before Fwitui tbU Herod was present with his sister wife Ilcrnlco What was tho character of lIerod AntlpasT Ho was a weak sensual end treacherous man Our Lord spoke of him as that for John a Hero In a Dungeon Vs 35 How did John the Baptist Get Into the roses den Josephus says that Herod Imprisoned him because be feared that Johns vast audience might be used to foment a revolution That may have been aulgnnl In pub lie as a protest but the reason given by Matthew Is certainly tho real one that John had openly rebuked Herod for his unholy connection with his brothers wife- Ilerodlas an Unnatural Mother Vs 6S Who was Herodlas who was plotting against the prophet was the niece of Herod and of hoIbrother Philip What opportunity did Horodlas find for gaining her desire against John Herods birthday was kept with a bill liant feast to his lords and tho high captains and the chief men of Gall lee Mark A luxurious feast of the period waa not regarded as com plots unless It closed with some gross pantomimic representation and doubtless Herod had adopted the civil fashion of his day tint he had not anticipated for his guests the rare lux ury of seeing a princess bin own niece a granddaughter of Herod tho Great and of Maritime a descendant therefore of Simon the high priest and tho great lino of Maccabacan princes a princess who afterward became the wife of a tetrarch and tho mother of a kingFarrar- Rhi was this degraded girl Her I thethusband Philip Wlmt are wo to think of Herodo promise whatsoever sbo would ask f- It shows that weak and foollih as hn 1wAA his wits wore Inflamed and confused by wine herwdoes not look liken plot or as If Herodlas had not dared to confide tho whole of It to her daughter Should she ask for jewelsI Profmwords Into tho youknowall these things be to you and me un anydaythe girl went back straightway with haste Mark and exclaimed My wish Is that you else mo hero immedi nntely on n dish tho head of John the Her Indecent haste her hideous petition show that she shared tho furies of her raceFllrrar tVrmigsa sorryMarkwas not genuine repentance or Herod would have withdrawn his promise sinltrl1Jed1TTboei1chargera broad Hat platter wont to indven youngonow thehideousTho Voice of Conscience Wo have charnelhOllsesdread limo awakening of conscience springby unhlInch of it and Immediately the con jhos polot t drownedtoblivion Alexander Maclaroa r tli1 001 ROUND ABOUT THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY U11wo+ 1 Frankfort lyLlCo Insurance pol thattS are renewed after ono year mean just what they say and the court of appeals of Kentucky decided this question for tho first tlmo recently In tbo caso of tho Citizen Life Insur ante Co of Kentucky against William B McClure etc in affirming the Judg went of the Fleming circuit court The record discloses that on July 24 1907 Mathew 12 McClure took a lira Insurance policy with tho Citi f zens1 Life for 3000 Upon receiving tho policy ho paid tho first premium and assigned tho policy to his father and brother William 11 and Joseph C McClure Ho paid tit second premium when it fell due July 24 1908 and In October of that year ho died and the company declined to pay the policy to tho beneficiaries hence that suit ww filed Tho company flied an answer and counter claim charging that the policy had been fraudulently I t InRuredvI McClure con tamped the following stipulation If tho premiums are duly paid as required this policy after It has been renewed beyond tho first year shall to incontestable Tho question was then put up to tin court What does this clause mean and docs It mean what It says Can the company rely upon tho defense In terposed with this stipulation hr the polioyT The court of appeals holds that It can not Ixjuisvlllo KyUpon tho last day of his 40 years of bachelorhood and on the eve of his departure for the Panama Caual Stone of which ho will be the civil ruler some 300 friends nail close associates met at tho Galt house to break broad with Maurice Hudson I Thatcher lately state Inspector and examiner former assistant United States district attorney civil governor of Panama hcnodlct elect and very material entity In the hearts of his countrymen Mr Thatcher was mar Tied Tuesday morning at Frankfort to Miss Annabel Chinn The couple loft for New York embarking Friday for Panama B J Duncan Clark McKen xle Todd and Oov Willson paid high tribute to Mr Thatcher In tho love feast which followed the banquet Howling Green lyOf tho li1 I county superintendents In the West ern district 49 were hero for the put pose of discussing tho educational needs of Kentucky especially West em Kentucky and the best and quick est means of accomplishing these needs President II II Cherry pre sided at the meetings Theso educa tional meetings are Interesting and enthusiastic and pointing to the wel fare of the Kentucky childthe future Commonwealth Plkevllle Ky Judge J M Hobor son received a telegram that his youngest daughter Miss Xonn had been married at Owlngsvlllo Ky to C R Fuller who had charge of tho local telegraph office Ills daughter t Xorn eloped two years ago with J Norman Blake of Huntington W Va Miss Hoborson was supposed to bo vis iting Mrs Blake when she eloped with KuUer and tho first news of tho mar riage received hero was a message asking forgiveness Paducah KyTho mysterious mur dor of n young man near tho city tho night of April 9 deepens Several days ago Mrs Lum Thompson of Birming ham Ala Identified tho body as that of her son Luther Red Thompson and sho wan corroborated by severalJ river mon who knew the boy Ilocont t V ly ho turned up alive at Dayton Tenn and was conversed with over the tel rpborio from Paducah Thompson has loft Dayton for his mothers home Henderson KyFire believed to be of Incendiary origin which started in the fourth story of the Capitol hotel j at Morganvlllc destroyed that struc i taro and tho two adjoining store build ings For a time it was feared the entire city was doomed and a request k was sent to Kvansvlllo for assistance It was later canceled The loss I- Ii About 50000 fully covered by Insur ancey i- Hondorson KyTho Hcnshaw bnnk Ir nt Hcnshaw Union county has closed rIts doors The directors gave as a reason that I V Ilunyan prominent merchant who made an assignment ro cently was Indebted to tho bank In tho sum of 15000 Lexington Ky Claudo F Snyder of Louisville formerly secretary of thek- UKentucky and Tonnocsco Board of i Fire Underwriters but more recently 4 state agent of tho Insurance Comapny 1 of North America leas been elected manager of tho hoary Clay Fire In Durance Co of Kentucky which has been organized headquarters here Carlisle IyThe Jury In the caso t of Robert J Barr Jr who was ac 3 cured of tho murder of Hiram pledges In March J90S returned a verdict of Rot guUty r j ry ALMOST TWO TO ONE Insurance Companies Received Premiums Over Losses Paid In Ken tuckyFrankfort News In Brief Frankfort Ky Insurance Commis sioner hell has prepared a table show hag the premiums received and losses paid in Kentucky by stock fire and fire marine Insurance companies of other states and foreign companies for 1909 according to cities It shows total premiums of 4513857 and total losses paid of 2456858 The ta- I ble contains 227 cites the more Im portant of which will be found below Cities Premiums Losses Ashland 09165 19653 Bowling Green 61080 11538 Bardstown 53555 114466 Covlngton 186513 90316 Catlcttsburg 20191 7408 Cynthlana 24514 11663 Kllzabethtown 30758 14407 Kmlncnco 231 H 26610 Plcmlngsburg 200N 2764 Frankfort 9929 22012 Georgetown 62959 22795 Glasgow 62469 11356 Henderson 108070 73386 Hopklnsvlllo 71596 21114 Lebanon 49423 20223 Lexington 266341 55046 Loulsvlllo 1243735 516677 Mayfield B701C 91565 Mnysvlllo 41303 11392 Mlddlcsboro 28247 23678 ML Sterling 87545 37596 Newport 57705 20539 OweiiHboro 5 207951 249180 Paducah 142147 56983 Paris 54393 14804 Richmond Its543 26242 Shelby vlle 70882 91512 Somerset 23217 47958 Versailles 23li37 3711 Winchester 58012 45478 At tho close of business April 30 there were 144205107 of outstand ing warrants but there will not bo this number of outstanding warrants at this time next year for the state board of equalization and tho state board of valuation and assessment will Increaso tho assessments on tha realty and personalty In Kentucky enough to raise funds to pay off this debt In a largo measure Tho statement of Auditor James concerning the close of business April 30 follows Sinking fund 19G 92525 school fund 29048195 bal ance In treasury 37811071 deficit In general expenditure fund 103 29649With 600000 In the treasury the rural school teachers hope to secure their pay by the first of June as the money has been duo since February Tho details of the killing of Newton Hazclett must bo told In court again for special Judge Willson has ordered a new trial for Walker Duncan Riley llarrod and Herbert Kesaler George C Webb of Lexington spe ell Judge agreed upon to try tho case of J W Caromnck circuit Judge against Frank P James auditor to lest tho constitutionality of tho law providing for tho Increase in tho salaries of tho circuit judges 1200 H year has derided that tho act of the legislature Is constitutional Tho case will not be appealed Tho act was contested on two grounds first that the Increase of salary Is contrary In the provisions of the constitution as the judges are In office and second that the office of regular judge Is In compatible with that of special judge License was granted by Insurance Commissioner WDell to the Citizens National Life Insurance Co of Louis vine Commissioner Bell having ro delved the retort of C W Escott who examined tho company for him Tho financial condition of the company Is satisfactory The company line de posited 100000 with tho stato treat urer as Is required under the Kentucky laws It has a captalstock of 1000000 and a reserve fund or 1000 000 D Monde Woodson aged 62 who made the survey and drawings of the old state capitol used In all of the trials of men charged with the nf nv II nation of Oov Goebel died at Grants Pass Ore Ho was the first witness to testify In every trial Morgantown KJohn M Carson resigned as cashier of the John M Carson flanking Co at tho directors meeting here and was elected presi dent to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge B L D Guffy Justus 0 Carson who has been with the John M Carson Banking Co for four years and was with tho Morgantown Deposit bank for eight years before that was elected cashier Paris Ky There will be no attempt made to pool the 1910 crop of tobacco In Bourbon county according to a res olution passed at an allday meeting of the Hurley Tobacco society Less than onefourth of the crop was pooled last year and with tho nntlpoollng pen turnout spreading the Kqulty leaders gave up in despair and adjourned sine die e Lexington Ky County Judge J Percy Scott headed a delegation of citizens and members of tbo Lexing ton Commercial club who went to Frankfort to protest against the prd posed 20 per cent Increase In the prop- ertyI assessment of Fayette county made by tho board of equalization I Somerset Ky During a heavy thunder storm hero lightning set fire to a 0000 barrel storage oil tank and It was destroyed Other large tanks TheI ISimple Street Hat I P YOU aro looking for comfort service In a street hut and andI be sure that it embodies style becomlngness as well study the mod cla shown here Fig 1 shows a French hat woven In one piece and faced with a deml facing of black velvet It Is so alto gether charming that It will tempt the price of a much moro elaborate effort from almost any discriminating buy er Nothing could be simpler than its decoration of two pheasant feathers mounted with a big jeweled straw cabochon This mounting of two long quills gives them an Importance which places them In the chanticler class at once And ono must not complain at the high price of a chanticler pat tern This is really ono of the most beautifully balanced shapes which Is to be found Call It the henpheas ant model and cheerfully part with 200 francs for It In Paris It will finally dawn upon those who observe that there are other things to a hat besides trimmings Fig 2 of which two views arc shown Is an American model In royal blue and white braid The brim Is soft and beautifully draped and CONFIRMATION DRESS I The dress we show hero Is pretty In Its simplicity It may bo made up In white material A plastron Is taken down the center front the bodice and skirt joining It with a wrapped seam a strap of silk edges tho foot of skirt also the oversleeves dud another Is taken over the shoulders while the lace yoke Is edged by a small plastron of silk Tho undorsleeves ore of lace to match tho yoke Materials required Six yards 44 Inches wide one dozen buttons two yards lace two yards silk Pretty Veil Effect The nets dotted with metallic beads pre used to a large extent fur yokes sleeves sashes etc Tie general manipulation of yokes cuffs etc Is to use the net for the outer portion lining with chiffon or mousBcllne do slue Tho effect Is better If the bead ed set Is used for n foundation and thou veiled with finest mull tulle or any delicate transparent fabric Puff skirts arranged with this kind of veiling give the prettiest effect Imaginable softening the glare of the metallic beads thee whole make up of the hat shows tho handiwork of an artist In mil linery Folded velvet Is thrust through the brim at the left and ex tends across tho back and disappears under the brim at the right side Two blue wings spring out of the crown A Slower hatpin holds the turban in place but Is no part of the design This Is a very commendable design and this Is true of Its modest price Nothing could be more unpreten tious or moro finished than a simple hat now much worn This ia of a dura ble braid in burnt straw color faced with black satin ribbon The ribbon bordered with braid IB laid in a scant fiat rosette and finished with four ears The crown Is very large but a model similarly trimmed having a smaller crown has been made and Is even more successful than the ori ginal The American models are hand made of rows of braid sewed together Tho braids are light In weight very soft and of high luster There Is nothing rigid or heavy about t shapes and they are altogether satisfactory JULIA BOTTOMLEY CONCEAL JOINING OF LACE Easy to Arrange Though Much De pends Upon the Quality of Ma terlal That Is Used thejoiningThis is managed In several ways much depending upon the kind of lace and how It Is used surfacethatthedesignunder piece so that It continues the pattern The edges are buttonholed accordingtowith fine thread and cut away all ragged edges For firmness It will usually be found necessary to Join the under side also In this caso make the stitches on right side small Where lace is to bo Joined for a ruf buttonhole possible seam Uso a fine thread and do the stitching neatly This some method Is often used on yokes and for thin laces Is better perhaps than ap pllquolng Press the edges open on right sHe between thumb and first finger so It does not pucker Some persons lap the edges of the lace so that the wrong side of the left side lies for about a quarter of an Inch pieceRothstitches This prevents a seam but Is almost Impossible to do without showing Never Join lace by sewing In a French seam as It Is entirely too carerullylIohe sewIngInbadly at first washing and the lace Is apt fo pull apart For the Dressing Table A convenient set of three small consecutive bags which will prove wonderfully convenient If hung beside tho dressing table is made from a yard length of pompadour dresden or plain Bash ribbon divided Into three equal parts folded Into bag shape the sides overcast missing beads by matching their color if the selvage and the tops equipped with sets of rather long ribbon hangers which Join under a big rosette or a silkcovered cabochon The same design may to used for a desk accessory for preserv ing special scraps of paper by ma king the triplet bags of chamois bor dered with ribbon and decorated with the embroidered Initials of the owner each bag compartment bearing a different letter l I lass Berea College 1909 FOR THE ASPIRING YOUNG PEO PLE OF THE MOUNT AINSIPlaces the BEST EDUCATION In reach of alt Over CO instructors 1175 students from 27 states Largest college library ia Kentucky NO SALOONS A special teacher for each grade and for each main subject So many classes that each student can be placed with others like himselfwhere he can make most rapid progress r J Which Department Will You Enter 1 THE MODEL SCHOOLS for those least advanced Same lectures JIlibrary and general n vantages as for moro advanced students Arithmetic and the common branches taught In the right way Drawing Singing Bible Handwork Lessons In Farm and Household Management etc Free tadIbooksTRADE COURSES for any who havo finished fifth grade fractions andIcompound numbers Brickwork Farm Management Printing Woodwork Nursing Dressmaking Household Management Loam and Earn ACADEMY REGULAR COURSE 2 years for thosd who havo largoly finished common branches Tho most practical and Interesting studios to I fit a young person for an honorable and useful life I CHOICE OF STUDIES Is offered In this course so that a young maDImay secure a diploma In Agriculture and a young lady In Homo Science r ACADEMY COMMERCIAL 1 year or 2 years to fit for business Even a part of this course as fall and winter terms Is very profitable Small extra fees ACADEMY PREPARATORY 2 3 and 4 year courses with Latin 0610Iman Algebra History Science otc fitting for college J iiCOLLEGIATE 4 years Literary Scientific and Classical courses with use of laboratories scientific apparatus anfl all modem methods The highest educational standards NORMAL 3 and 4year courses fit for the profession of teaching First year parallel to 8th grade Model Schools enables ono to get a firstclous certificate Following years winter and spring terms give the Information culture and training necessary for a true teacher and cover branches neces nary for State certificate f MUSIC Singing free Rod Organ Voice Culture Piano Theory Band may be taken as an extra in connection with any course Small extra fees Expenses Regulations Opening Days Berea College is not a moneymaking Institution All tho money re calved from students Is paid out for their benefit and the School expends paysInwho are supporting Berea In order that It may train young men and women for lives of usefulness OUR SCHOOL IS LIKE A FAMILY with careful regulations to proteot the character and reputation of the young people Our students como from the best families and are earnest to do Well and improve For any who may t be sick the College provides doctor and nurse without extra charge All except those with parents In Berea live In College buildings andt assist In work of boarding hall farm and shops receiving valuable train lag and getting pay according to the value of their labor Except In win ter It is expected that all will have a chance to earn aa much as 35 cents a week Somo who need to earn moro may by writing to tho Secretary before coming secure extra employment so as to earn from 50 cents to one dollar a week- PERSONAL EXPENSES for clothing laundry postage books etc vary with different people Berea favors plain clothing Our climate ia tho boot but as students must attend classes regardless of the weather warm wraps Cooperaliveother necessary articles at cost LIVING EXPENSES are really below cost Tho Collego asks no rent for tho tine buildings In which students live charging only enough room rent to pay for cleaning repairs fuel lights and washing of bedding and towels For table board without coffeo or extras 135 a week ia the fall and 150 In winter For room furnished fuel lights wash Imo of bedding 40 cents a week In fall and spring fiO cents In winter Y SCHOOL FEES are two First a Dollar Deposit aa guarantee for t return of room key library books etc This is paid but once and Is returned when the student departs Second an Incidental Fee to help on expenses for taro of school build I Ii lags hospital library etc Students pay nothing for tuition or services of teachers all our instruction is a free gift Tho Incidental Feo for most students la 500 a term SIB courses with Latin and 700 la Collegiate coartcx tIlliriatltliPAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE Incidental feo and room rent by tho term board by the halt term Installments aro as follows 1 FALL 14 weeks 2950tn ono payment 2900 p Installment plan first day 2105 Including 100 deposit mlddlo lit i term 94C e WINTER12 weeks 29OOln one payment 2850 Y mld4latoltermSPRING10 weeks 2250ln one payment 2200 Installment plan first day 1675 Including 100 deposit middle term 675- SPRINGI weeks term for those who must leave for farm work ojIISPRING7 weeks term for those who must leave for teachers l nations 1645- REFUNDING Students wino leave by permission before the end ofa term receive back for money advanced as follows No allowance for frao tlon of a week j On board refund In full 1 On room and Special Expenses there Is a largo loss occa stoned by vacant rooms or depleted classes and the Institution will refundtonly onehalf of tho amount which the student has paid for tho ronmlnJna Weeks of tho term On Incidental Fee students excused before tho middle of a term will rev l x- celvo a certificate for onehalf the Incidental fee paid which certlflcato wIJJ be received as cash by Berea College on payment of term bills by the eta tdent In person or a brother or sister If presented within four terms t The first day of Tall term Is September 15 1909 t 1 The first day of Winter term Is January G 1910 I The first day of Spring term tellarch 30 1910 ftFor Information or friendly advice wrlto to the Secretary WILL C GAMBLE BEREA KENTUCKY I 1 That Premium takes the eyes of the men and Kniferr a good thing when they see blades of razor steel and a I tain people than any other The Knife and The Citizen for 125 That cringe in subscriptions all the time If you have not got it you ought to hays 0 J it 7 it ROSSShOe bends with your foot Does this look like a comfort I I shoe 1 of women say 1 I comfort High Shoes 4 5 or get more MAIN ST BEREA KY J eoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeo oo o otlo i o iIt Berea and i t a GATHERED FROM A VARIETY k o oeoeoeoeooeoeoo a o 0 0 oeo o DR BEST DENTISTCITY OFFICE OVER POST OFFICE DAN H BRECK Fire Life and Accident Phone InsuranceI L N TIME TABLE North Bound Local Kiioxvllle 630 a m 1100 p in BURBA 129 p m 367 a m Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a m South Bound Local j mlDEREAKnoxvllle 700 p m 550 a m Express Trains Stop to let ore and take on passengers from beyond Cincinnati or from Atlanta and beyond South Bound Cincinnati 815 a m BEREA 1144 a m North Bound BEREA 456 p m Cincinnati 835 p m These two trains will now carry thru sleepers from Jacksonville to RIRwithout chaningIPlants For Sale I Tomato Cabbage and Sweet Potato f Plants for sale at the College Garden or phone J R MULLETTI Mr and Mrs J M Early were InI Cincinnati a tow days last weekIMiss Kasteln of Gray t Misses Nyland and Hookje of McKee pussed thru Berea on their way home lor summer vacation Miss Louise Schermerhorn has re turned from a years root In the north to her work at Gray Hawk I Mr and Mrs Will Flanery arrvled In Berea Monday night and went dl rectly to the home of Mr Flanerys parents at Blue Lick Mrs Roc Woodward of Winchester Is staying at Boone Tavern She Is Intimately acquainted with Mlsa M Smith a Berea Hospital graduate of last year and says she Ls doing a splendid work at Winchester- Dr J D Hayes of McKee was In town last Friday Dr H R Gibson of Richmond was In town Sunday consulting with Dr L A Davis acting College Physician Watch the big sale at R J Englos store VerrMrs Nannlo Gillen and her son non were the guests of Mr H K Richardson and family last week PLAIN SEWING and dressmaking south aide of Center Street patron age solicited satisfaction guaranteed Mrs W F Norrls The Prettiest Latest and Cheapest Line of Insertions Embroideries Laces and Flouncing Also Pongees and Dress Fabrics at I Down Bath have S I wish to will be ter a week had Walter been ports big fire I of S F of some I fire was of wheat I suranceMiss were I EARLYSYetited a In Miss town at the of an Miss Ka the guest I wlh been lace Miss a i her home Mrs ter Tom I I with her I Ihere at I her home I of the del Kate Schools one I The Sunday ciation very I danger sponge leader Messrs of who visiting are week for Miss I teaching mer has of Ill Mrs ish In her last tion at toyable club Mrs town R C brance piece of YOUIt BELIEVE IT Polish a chair or any other article of furniture with REFLECTO Furniture Polish then look at it You can hardly believe it is the same PolishIing the the furniture bright for 1along time Not a varnish not a stain but a natur I al wood polish Price 25c I Porter Drug CompanyINCOR- PORATED Berea Kentucky Prof Lewis and family went to Richmond Wednesday as the guests of Prof Smith to attend the conference of county superintendents held thereMrs H E Taylor and Mrs J W Dliismore left Wednesday morning to attend the General Federation of Wo mans Clubs which Is meecing at Cin cinnati IADistinction greatest enemy la whiskyPatlentDut we are told to love our enemies Doctor Yes but not to swallow themSpokane Chronicle ILIBERAL REWARD or on Wednesday night April 13 from my place West Union one yearling sorrel horse colt with white streak In forehead and two white foot any one giving In formation leading to the recovery of same will receive liberal reward MM L C Duncan Berea Ky STREETt l neotlooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeao10 o- if College Items i0o 81 01Io- oe eoooeeoeooeoeo oe Word has come that Carlos Lozada an old student was married Ins Hit comber to a young lady In Cincinnati and Is living In St Louis Miss Ruth Putnam has accepted a place In the Sue Bennett Memorial at London for next year as teacher of German and Latin oneIplace In the State Normal School at Winona Wls at a salary of 1000 a year Miss Boatrlght returned to Berea Monday after attending her alsiors funeral on Sunday I ILast Thursday morning the Aca Department gave In their de pantmental chapel a very interesting program to the pupils of the Eighth Grade who are planning to enter the Academy next year The exercises consisted of music by tho Academy orchestra the quartette and the Academy song rendered by two girls and a few short and brilliant speeches On Friday night tho First your Aca demy gavo a delightful reception to tho members of the Eighth Grade at the Parish House which was decor ated in Academy colors and society pennants The students had entire charge of the program which con sisted of addresses of welcome by Joe Day and Leona Bethel a response by Win Culbertson a recitation bj1 Robert Case and music by D L Scoles and II H McClanahan After the program tho Faculty members I formed a receiving line and iwreonallj greeted each of the two hundred stu dents present Then punch was served In the parlor The Model Schools will give their annual entertainment Tuesday even ing May 17th nt 7 p m In the Chapel The public Is Invited to bo present All who attend are urged to be In their scats before seven Old students here will bo sorry to learn of the dealt of Miss Mary B Bccdy a student of a faw years ago In Mwulvllle Penn from pneumonia One big baseball match for the season la planned It will como on May 28 when the team of tho West era Kentucky State Normal at How matchII for good ringers urnedIIllness of Mrs Faulkner mother That lady Is still in a precarious con dillonI A good letter from President FrostI wus read In the College Chapel ex tho Un morningI Endeavor do l Convention at Louisville this wtxk Lillian Van Meter Anna fleece Not tie Gouge William Bowman and Miss RaymondA In the hand Is bettor than Uti lJei unless all expectations fall this college will be able to give an even bet t4Z1anlastState being well In tho lead This tOOl 1mIIroeisi11we wipe out the whole of States lead IThe team which Is going to Lexing the meet on Saturday is well balanced strong and steady Wo shall be In every event and In almost every one wo shall stand more than an even chance to placo a man In sceneIfighttorooters from home will be on hand wehaveI Miss Louder of Richmond with MondayArriving j Mrs Marsh had prepared for them I they lunched wlh Miss Cameron at I Ladles Hall while the following env MrsIMarshsmood Orr Morrow and the two j Misses Bush I RHODUS HAYESThe Store GO TO WJTatums FOR Fresh Groceries 1 I buy all kinds of Produce North Cor Main StI Berea Kentucky ST LOUIS SHOE REPAIRING SHOP JAKE MILLER Proprietor Do you want to get satisfaction on your shoe repairing Come to me I guarantee my work Prices are low and Workmanship Guaranteed Best White Oak Leather used Special line of Rubber Heels Work done while you wait Give me a trial and you will call again MAIN ST BEREA KY I Over Bank eInJosephine Robinson gave a party to some of her students Wednesday oven lug last at tlio 1rcnldcntn House Each guest came prepared to furnish five minutes entertainment and tUus variety of pleasure was enjoyed Data ty refreshments wore served at the closeThe Student Volunteer Band will lead a joint meeting of the Co K IY M anti Y W C A In the Upper Chapel next Sunday night at C2 There will be special mutiic and tile meting proraUca to bo very Interesting and Inspiring Everybody Is cordially Invited The college secured the services ftt- ho Ilev Ceo T Scoti of Wyoming Ohio for last Sunday The morning sermon at the Union church wiuson Service At the evening chapel service Mr Scott tote n aieur lm preslve talk on Christ as a Load er lie also gave the Monday lecture on The American College In Turkey Mr Scott has spent three years as a missionary in ono of tho American colleges In Turkey and his acquaintance with his subcjet couplet with his earncMtnfwa and his strong ability as a speaker mod the lecture ono of the flnott of the year S CONCERT Ono ot the most enjoyable and beneficial features of Communccmaiil at Bona will be the concert given by tho Hamionla Society June 6 ut 730 p m This year an exceptional flue rass of music ha+ boon pretest It IE to easily understood that all who hear It will apprcohve It and a tho name time It III of a high degree of excellence and tho most beautiful music written Among other good things given will bo The Sanctus and Benedlc tus by Gounod sung In English The Magnificat and Nunc Dlmlt its by Lour the Amen chorus from llandcls Meislah the Soldiers chorus From Faust There will be solos luaitoits and orchestra music all ot tha bolt and most Interesting class Everybody should plan to hear this concert Remember the dae June 6 aI J CeC Front LaceLong AL 250 the Pair Just one thing has prevented great popularity for the open front lace corset that is the price We have overcome that obstacle and offer at 250 a frontlacer oh that is a beauty yV It laces entirely up the front and from the waist line downwards at the back thus offering unexcelled opportunities for a perfect fit x j i This is a very long corset but its length is graduated at bottom to give fgreatest suppleness 00 Built of goodcoutil finished with Swiss embroidery and complete with twoOa I j pairs of superior hose N i 1 i Come and see them 0 J 1 Ga Quality HARMONIA supporters t ft BEREA Ky v I I V I The Secret of Youth Do you ever wonder hog you can remain young or why other women older than you look younger thanyou do The secret can be in a few words Preserve your youthBy health but nerve health as sometimes magnificently stronglooking women are nervous wrecks But whether you are weak physically or nervously you need a tonic and the best tonic for you is Cardui systemsIt I UIIJThe x Womans Tonic My mother writes Mrs Z L Adcock of Smith ville Tennfis 44 years old and is passing through the terriblyMyof she took according to directions and now she is up able to do her housework and says she feels like a newwoman Try Cardul In your own case Wrttt tor Ladles Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tcnn for Sptclal Inttnuttoiu and 64page book Home Treatment lor Women tent tree CASE REVERSED Frankfort Ky May CTbo Ap pellate Court reversed tho Madison Circuit Court In tho case at S R Baker against J W Dluimoro with tho directions to the court below The panics were candidates tor Councilmen of the town of Derm at the 1909 election A coutoat followed Tits court hero directs that the board of election commissioners for the county certify the result of the voto btitwixui tho iKirtlos to tho Council and that it determine by lot which la entitled to tho office Tho commis sioners had themselves BO determined the manor and the court says their action was void- UNION WINS DEBATE The annual debate Tuesday night between Union and Beta Kappa Lit Oral Societies was won by Union the decision of the judges being unanimous Tho subject of tho debate was Provided that option bo granted by State Legislatures Itcuolvcd that tho commlfislon form of government Should bo adopted by the municipal ities of the United Su us municipal ities to be understood M cities of over 20000 The debate was handled for tho winning team by Dwight WllleJt Se well Combs and Wolford Johnson tho rebuttal being offered by Mr Combs and being unusually strong For tho negative supported by Beta Knppa tho following spoke John Mln uloli Walter Dlzney and Carter Robin son Tho affirmative bases their urgu tnent on tho proposition that tho pro sent form of city government is in efficient because of tho general complexity end lock of responsibility They argued that the people der man a change In tho city govern monta government by fewer men with direct responsibility They tup Ioried their argument that tho commission plan satiation this demand for tho following reasons J That under Commission Government tho people can elect rapresenta llven men to office 2 That they can control them In office 3 That they have promptineos and efficiency of action 4 That they have business manage mont by capable business men The negative argued that the corns 3mission form should not be adopted Madeby l i i 1 It Is unAmertcan and unDemo- cratic In principle 2 It will not apply to all munlcl palltles i 3 It Is a fusion of functions I 4 It la a sacrifice of legislation I They took the stand that reform broughtII ends rather than by changing the form of government FOR SALEp About CO fine grade Duroc Jersey and Poland China hogs weighing from giltsesows j held at Derea College Hams Saturday May 14 1910 at 10 a m Terms Cash Berea College Prowltt Auctioneer ICE ICE ICE IAU persons who wont lee In the hot weather now at hand shouldI phone to C D Holllday and Co Ice will bo delivered to the refrigerator In quantities of over 25 pounds at GO cents a hundred pounds For smaller quantities the amount will be left at the gate G D Holllday Phone 1G9 IFOR SALE- AI six room house with lot on Rail road Street In Berea Also a 28 pas senger Merrygoround in perfect ord er Has boon run only a part of two seasons hay a good 2 12 homo power gasoline engine and good organ which plays ton different tunes baa taken in as high as 200 a day Can be hauled over any road in two loads with a two horse wagon My reason for selling is that I want to buy a larger one Would trade for a good team of horses or mules II K Richardson Barest Ky LeftiCantor nla pioneers are rapidly dwindling There lire only seven members of the Sacramento Society of California PIo- neers The eighth member recently died and the survivors acted as pall bearers and mourners- ICOltly Foundation foundations for new UmesItine American The contract for the foundation work of tho new 25story municipal building to be erected at the Brooklyn bridge entrance hM just been let to the Foundation company for 1443147 The caissons must be carried down below tho subway stat tlon to rock which lies In places 80 feet below street level You Get the Best of the Bargain When you buy our CREAM r OF WHEAT at our price Judg isrBuy a sack and we know you will agree with us Especially when you see how far Cream of Wheat flour goes and how much better are your bread cakes and pastry BEREA ROLLER MILLS ANDREW ISAACS Prop BereaKy oU I Cleaning and PressingL- adies Ii Skirts Gents Overcoats and Fall Suits Cleaned Pressed and Repaired J r WeC CARPENTER n4 Back of Fish Bldg Berea Ky I I S T- tJ I t EASTERN KENTUCKY Continued from last week a tine time Prayer moqtlng and Sunday school every Sunday at Pleasant Grove Everybody invited to comeMr James Witt visited at Larue loot Saturday night ESTILL COUNTY STATION CAMP Station Camp May 9John Yarbor while standing on tho bank of tho creek Sunday morning saw a large flak about four and a half feet long flounce upon a raft of logs and ho sprang upon the logs and caught It James McCart and other traveling moo passed thru our town last week Mrs A B and J B Kelly Mrs Anno Click and Mrs Susie Sorivncr wore In Irvine last Monday on buM neBS Shelby Peters who went to Illinois last spring returned homo lost week Laban PaNt of Wagersvllle has returned from Frankfort where ho has been visiting a few daysJC- ox who went to Illinois last year returned to Wageravllle again lIe had a severe attack of typhoid fever while in Illinois and has come back ti Kentucky to remain till his health gets better Miss Tattle Moorce who has boon in school at Bowling Green last winter is homo agalnDr J V Sctivncr Is having quite a lot of til Ing done on his farm Tho fruit is neatly all killed in this section of tho countryClay Moorctf census en umerator In West Irvine Precinct has completed his precinct The ocher enumerators will not get done till about the lost of tile week Vincent Lakes visited friends at Red Lick SundayJ B Kelley who goi lila leg badly hurt on a raft week before lasti Is able to be out again- AWSIEV COUNT TUAVKLIKKS IU TITravelers Rest May 7S A Cau dll and Jas McQueen will soon report the census of their districts Born to the Mr and Mrs Jas Price a fine baby boy May 3rd Robert Dot nor has returned from several points north and wild there Is no place like home Mrs S K Raymey of South Boonevlllo has been visiting friends at this place for a few wceksThoI old baseball Grays have organized for the season HTUUUKON Sturgeon May 9Mlssos Ethel and Hattie Wilson former students of Be rea have returned home Miss Ethel Wilson returned to Beroa to resume her work In the hospital Mrs liar den Wilson was the welcome guest oC- her two daughters Mrs Win Brewer and Mrs M II Price of Sairgeon a few days lost weekMrs Molllo Wilson of Sturgeon is preparing for the arrival of her brother J H Warren and family of Norma Tenu Mrs Win Brewer has just had her poul try yard completed and is having splendid success with poultry White Mr R F Wilson and family wore visiting a few weeks ago a party of rogues broke Ino their moat house taking about 100 pounds of bacon Tho party has not yet been located Mr Marion Hurst the traveling salesman passed thru here one day last week cnroute to Beattyvlllo and stopped over night with his aunt Mrs II D Wilson Mr A C Wilson fill ed his regular appointment at Sextons Creek Sunday and vlshed singing At Road Run Misses Nancy and Mary Wilson Mr George Tincher and family were the guests of Mrs LoWe Holbrook last SundayThem will be preaching at Rock Spring next Sunday by the Rev J N Culton UIC1TOWN- Ulcetowii Slay 7Grant Cabbard had a log rolling Wednesday and Meredith Reynolds one Friday Tho Rev John Mason preached at Grassy Branch Sunday Four persons were struck by lightning Tuesday on Betty Bowman Branch A negro was killed Instantly Rev Ira Wood preached at Gabbards school house on Cow Creek Sunday May 8MesIra Cam boll and Fugo of Leslie County were hero a few days ago after some corn for A W Huff The writer will hereafter give the news from this place and Cow Creek under tho head- Ing of Rlcetown D G Reynolds of Cow Creek was at Buffalo Creek a tow days ago with a load of potatoes getting 75 cents a bushel Corn is 90 cents a bushel sock a good price and everything high Mrs Jaley Gabbard has ordered a tine rowing machine ISLAM CITY Island City May 61 M Frye of Boonovllle vlslicd friends at Island Creek a few days agoThe surround Ing people are sorry to hear of tho denrh of S E Welch of BereaVe should always have a word of respect to give Berea for planting such a bright paper In every mountain home as The CltlzonCharles Neeley a farmer living two miles from this place was turning a hillside with a pair of horses The oft horse fell down and both rolled to tho bottom and In Live minutes both were dead Jfhe Rev Albert Bowman preached to a large crowd at Mount Carmel Sunday IJepuy U S Marshall Wm Mays Is taking a weeks visit at home at presentEsq Wra Anderson issued warrants for Ike Neeley Tom Beard and George Marshall for dis I turbing religious worship LETTER FROM OREGON Yalnax Oregon Ap11 23 1910 Dear Editor If you will give me space I wish to write a little about our location and work hero In southern Oregon We are located In Klamath Indi an Reservation Klamath County Oregon and our elevation Is nearly five thousand feet We have very little rainfall here but lots of snow during tho winter Several of the mountains ara still covered with snow From our back porch we can got a good view of Mt Scott the mountain on which Crater lake is located and Is claimed by the people of this part to be the eighth wonder of the world By walking about one and a halt miles from hero to the top of a neighboring hill we can get a splen becauselotvery near Now about game These waters are full of fish and thousands and thou sand of wild geese and ducks are on the small rivers 1 have seen more wild geese and ducks In a single day i here than I over expected to see in a life time I Before I take too much space I must tell about our work I am teacher of Yalnax Indian Day school and Mrs Creech teaches the girls sowing one hour each school day Wo have 23 pupils on roll and the attendance is excellent We have a nice school room well equipped We have a number of large boys and girls but none above the Fourth GradeLater I I shall write a letter giving a full description of my school RespectfullyJ TRUSTS IN POLITICS Continued from tint page bad men are elected The government will in every case be about the average of tho voters who are fund- Ing to business so that the government Is about as good as the people deserve If the people are intelli gent and honest and watchful they will have a good government but they will never have one any better tortThlttI The second Is that under our patty system a very few men control tho elecckm In New York state for instance there are a million and a halt votes cast and yet the Republi can majority has twice In the last ten years been reduced as low as 6000 or one vote In each two hundred cast And It is a well known fact that Tammany Hall ab each election manages to have cast in New York alone from flty to seventyfive thou sand fraudulent votes Now it there were no fraudulent votes cast still the man which could control one vote In two hundred could swing the election And if the man who can do that happens toswlng 1C in favor of a certain set of officers you can be pretty sure that those officers will remember him with thanksgiving Those two things give the whole situation Rich corporations often furnish politicians with the money to buy enough votes to swing the elections in close places and then expect to got legislative and judicial favors in retuiji and do get them Sometimes the bribery takes place In tho primaries but the story and the effect are tho r4tmethe man that puts up tho money controls the offi cers and the people get the worst 1tI said a little while ao people get what they deserve and now we say that they are sold out by politicians who are able to buy up a few votes Yes sir They deserve It Why Because tho people allow the bribery The people get excited about then party the trusts and crooked politicians do not cure a hooter about the party and BO tho people stick to their party oven after they know that corrupt effort are being made to elect its nominees Then when they do get thru and the corrupt men are elect ed those same people make an aw ful noise because those same officers serve the trusts and not the peo ple They should have known that when tho corruption started thoro was something wrong for the trusts never never give away money They buy what they want And when they I buy votes for a certain man they have bought him too and every man that votes for him is sold out I Just as soon as tho people come to understand this the reign of the trusts In American politics will be at an end When that time comes If a trust or trust money or any money at nil for money cannot al ways be traced appears in politics the people will vote against the men who are using the money and for the men who are willing to stand on their merits And when that happens politicians will not dare use money and then tho trusts wlU not have any hold on them It is worth remarking here that money from certain well known cor porations Is being used and will be used in the nomination of members of the next Congress It may be worth while to make sure where the money candidates in your neighborhood uses comes from II i a vq The Call of The Schools- No 4The Grounds By Prof J W DInsmore Where should wo expect to find the school house In any good rural community We should expect toI find It near the center of the die trict and easy to get to from all points It Is the place whore the children from generation to generation are to receive their education and training at least the foundation of their education the moat import ant part We should expect to find the school grounds of ample size so that the children should never be cramped for play room We should ex pect It to be chosen first of nil for Its hygenlc qualities tree from swamp pools or any kind of unhealthful sur roundings selected with some rea ped for beauty of scenery and much care exorcised that the grounds shall be suitable for the childrens games and plays But whatever we should expect the description dcea not bring to mind a familiar picture We are more like ly to find a little dingy building tucked off in some out of the way corner on the most unsightly spot that could be found The reason this particular spot has been chosen above all others Is because some generous hearted farmer not being able to use the land for cultivation or pasture i has kindly donated It to the district Many fine sites could have been se cured but one would have cost some thing perhaps in the long run ono cent apiece for all who use if The dingy building with its dismal surroundings is not Inviting The people are not proud of it and thoII children ara not attracted to it approach It with lagging footsteps and i leave it with the speed of birds on plcnickersithe school grounds with disdain But one generation after another of bright minded children must spend their days there months at a time year In and year out or horrible alterna tive go without schooling On that great day when the books shall he unrolled for the last time there will bo a good many accounts to settle for bad school sites And many a- lICe whose usefulness was curtailed will have the excuse to plead that he or she did not know until too late that an education was important and did not like to go to school About that time too a good many school boards will want to call upon the mountains and hills to hide them- In fact the selection of a school site is a matter of the highest importance and should be delegated to j those only who havo had some experience or training to guide them They should know that the first thing to be careful about Is the- WASHINGTON Continued from Pint Page or the other has cut out all the ob jectionable features But when the bill I so amended as to be different passes both Houses it will be turnedI over to a conference of members of both Houses to see If they cannot agree onn bill which bah Houses can pass alike In the conference ovary provision must stand which i has previously been agreed to by both Houses So just now tho fight gooliasi I to got their favorite provisions sate before the bill Is finally turned over to the conference Tho Stand patlcrs will do tholr best for It After that Heaven only knows whether the bill can boo passed If the Aldrich fea 111Ifeatures pre taken out the Stand patters will not wont to vote for It But the Important thing is that there Is no longer a machine In either House Time was when a few men decided what Congress should be allowed to do and Congress would dc just what they decided For a whllo Marl Hanna Was the big boss but whoa Roosevelt got to be ProM dent there was no one big man but him Ho couldnt control Congress however for It was managed by eevei al men who made up the machine They have all died or quit except Cannon and Aldrich and Uioao t omen havo Inherited the great power which once belonged to the group They became the big bosses But now their power has gone and there la no one who can tell Congress what to do For the first time In many years Congress Is going to do what a majorJty of its members want This Is what tho Constitution provides far but we have not had it for a longtime It Is bad for party discipline but It is likely to be good for tho country Laws will have to be put thru on their merits If they have any Wo will probably not got ro- many laws but that may not be a bad thing So there Is no telling about the health of tho children and second the thing is an abundance of suit able space for outdoor sports They should understand that the outdoor life of a school its social life its games and its mingling with one another is of equal Importance withrthe instruction that is given In work or to the time devoted to the F study of bcoks Of course the latter Is essential but the former Is funda mental and cannot be omitted so long as character usefulness and nose are the ends of education bolIPIIThen the arrangement o grounds Is no small matter Suppos ing wo have at our disposal two acres of ground In the form of a BquareIwhere shall we place the house and other necessary buildings so as to economize space and yet not sacrl flee symmetry and beauty of arrange f menU How shall we provide for the largo boys who will wont to play ball for the girls to engage ltd such games as they may choose and tho little ones that they may fort l freedom without being In the way tho larger pupils Finally there II should be space for grass flowers shrubs and trees and how shall we provide for It i In general it will be best to place the house about the middle or a 1U tlo back of the middle of tho grounds The outbuildings should be placed directly back of the house at the edge of the grounds the two a few rods apart with a solid board fence six feet high running all the fromathe house to the back fenceaThe space In front of the house may be reserved for grass flowers and shurbs and a few shade trees The boys should have one side divided luto two unequal portions the larg er for the advanced and the smaller portion for the younger boys The side for the girls might beIdivided Into throe pars one ton theIlarger girls one for the smaller and tin third part left for a garden plot I Hero both boys and girls could be j taught the rudiments of farming andIgardening This would be both pleasurable and profitable as a means promotei i they are needed lndIa well should be placed at the qf the gardo plot I Keeping tho building painted Is a matter of economy and the cost of such arrangements in money is so little that it need hardly bo consIder- ed What is most needed Is some one with knowledge and skill and a andi ed The results will bo wonh many times the efforts and the coat- i I present session Congress will pass Tafts bills If ho can get bills which will please a majority of the Con gressmen The bills are not that way t just now Maybe they will be fixed they will got thru maybe not Atso any rate It will not bo Tafts fault if Congress does not redeem the pro mises of the Republican platform I And by the way legally the ProM dent has no business to be Interfering with Congress There was an awful fuss stirred up when Roosevelt did It but the Interests are not so I badly scared of Taft as of Teddy The power of making laws lies with Con gress but recently our Presidents t hove been doing their best to help i out However if their plans dont work they cannot be blamed entirelyifor the result I As a matter of fact It would bo better for Ml concerned if the Presi dent did not have too much to do with making the laws It he gets t to have much power that way Con gress will pet to be a weak and useIless body and our government will IIbe out of balance The domination of I Congress by the Interests has nIso serious an evil that the people have been glad to have right laws passed by any kind thoIpower but when the fight Is it will be plain that the power ought 1 to back to Congress And it Con Igress does not do what the people want the fault Is with the men that elect the Congressmen Cannon and Aldrich have been useful in keep Ing the power whore it belongsIn i i1 the hands of Congress They have t abused the power it is true but the people will be just as well off if kICongress gees on as it is doing and refuses to take orders from anyoneI Cannon Aldrich Taft or HimselfExcept Rco3eeltJfor this fuss there nothing doing hero bjeldee the lager herring Secretary Balllnger hasl n spent most of his time testifying I has been very frank about it He islltrying to reverse the policies of Gar field and Rocecvelt and he says so 1andhave made him so much trouble He I will be on the stand most of next week tool f I I SS The Citizen A family newspaper for all that It right true and Interesting rnbllihed tttrr Thursday at Sera Ky BEREA PUBLISHING CO Incorporated Stanley Frost Editor and Manager Subscription Ratos rAYABUl IN ADVANCB Oaa Year l10 Six Montbi Three Month M Send money by Poloffice or UxprcM Money Order Draft Registered Letter or one end tw vat stamp The date after your name oa label show to- what date tuDKriptlon Upald If It lino chanced within three weeka after renewal otlfy us- Mlwlnjr number will be gladly supplied If we are Fill premiums cheap with new lubacrleUoni and prompt renewal Send for Premium LIiu Liberal terca given to any who obtain new- eubrrlptIonafor us Any one pending us four yearly un free rr for one Aavtrtlilng rates on application MIUHIR or KXICTCCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Asa HER VIEWS ON MERE MAN Actress Firmly of Opinion That Member of the Male Sex Need to Be Looked After Babies all you men are mere babies You all have to bo taken care of Thats what we women are for We will let you do all the voting for us for youll vote the way we tell you anyhow Do I believe in votes for women Emphatically no So Mary Garden whose interpreta tion of Sapho in the opera of that names has brought her publicity in her tour of the country delivered her self on the suffrage question in an In terrew recently Miss Garden also I made known again and in a new way her views on the marriage and di vorce question She said Divorce should bo made as easy as possible If a man and woman are mlsmated it is propfr that they separate It Is wrong for them to live to gether without love But I believe In marriage I dont agree with Mme Sara Bernhardt isnt she a dearl In her advice to sweethearts to live together but dont get married I would not go that far but I would have divorce easy It is said that we cannot know a person until we live with him How then is it possible always to tell beforehand if marriage will result In compatibility Mme Bernhardt Is quoted as advocating trial marriages and saying that men especially should not marry until they have had experience in domes tic life Always the men Why man can get experience at a very early age but it is not possible for woman to follow his example If there Is real tnbldlng love there will be no need for divorce If there Is not love there should be dlvoreaNew York Press Queen Alexandras Understudy It Is the privilege of royalty to at tend any public or social functions they please by deputy This is a neces eary rule for royalties have so many engagements of a public and private character to keep that it would be ab- solutelya impossible that they should fulfill them all in person This applies especially to the king and queen who frequently have half a dozen en gagements to keep at tho same time in as many different places On such occasions c deputy is sent to represent the king or queen at those func tlons or entertainments which their majesties are unable to attend In per son Tho queen is always represented by her secretary Mr Sidney Gro ville When her majesty attends any function such as a wedding baptism or any private reception by deputy her hostess Is notified beforehand that Mr Grcvlllo will be present on tho queen behalf and the time at which he will arrive is also statedFrom M A P SpInsterhood Tho day of the typical crabbed old maid is passed Even the comic pa pore have ceased to make fun of spin ctcrhood In this guise Her place has been taken by tho Independent woman t who quickly enough finds her own niche in the world and who generally has plenty of common sense to spare for the benefit of others The old maid of today finds a whole realm of interest awaiting her and plenty of work which she cares to do No longer is she condemned to soli tudo and a cat no longer is spinster hood regarded as a term of reproach and looked upon as a condition to be ashamed of Look at any of the Ms charities any of the numerous boards of management and you will see the old maid triumphant and at her best happy enough In her work and her efforts te help humanity Viking Days Interesting remains of Viking rule believed to be tho first of their kind In Brittany have just been discovered at Port Marla on the southern Breton coast It Is an ancient Viking burial ship such as were set afire In the days of old and sent adrift with a Norse chieftains dead body on board Ex cavatfons of a tumulus known as Erguel disclosed the remains of a half burned sloop 36 feet long and eight feet wide containing bows arrows arrows battle axes bucklers and swords and gold and bronze orna ments all of which were badly dam aged by fire t 1000 LIVES LOST EARTHQUAKE AT CARTAGO FAR EXCEEDS THE FIRST REPORTS LOSS RUNS INTO MILLIONS Scarcely Building Remain Standing In City Hundreds Are Killed and Injured In Collapsed Structures Wires Still Down Managua Nicaragua Reports received from Costa Rica state that the earthquake disaster Is worse than at first reported The loss of life at first estimated at 500 was Friday placed according to the latest news from the ruined city at not less than 1000 andJt may largely exceed that figure Hundreds were seriously Injured In the collapse of buildings The property loss will amount to many millions of dollars Wires at Cartago are all down and details of the catastrophe arc coming In slowly The earthquake which occurred Wednesday night consisted of a ter rifle series of seismic shocks which razed practically every dwelling and nearly all the larger buildings in tho ancient capital of Costa Rica The tsbocks were felt plainly In Nicaragua near the Costa Rican border Rescue parties have gone to the stricken city from San Juan Del Sur and other towns With the first upheaval hounes and business and public buildings began tumbling down Many of the occu pants were crushed to death at once while others were Injured and held in the ruins to die later Shrieking with terror men women and children hundreds of them in jured rushed from their tumbling dwellings Into the streets and began a mad flight for the open country Many of them were crushed to death or mortally Injured by falling walls as they stumbled through narrow streets which were writhing under the pressure of the mighty subterranean forcesEverywhere in tho darkness and stifling dust the white figures could be seen flying for safety while a steady deafening terrifying roar filled the air and added to the horror of the occasion Many of the ruins caught fire and scores of the dead and Injured were cremated In them NATION SAFE SAYS CARNEGIE Ironmaster Sails for Summer Home In ScotlandHIghly Compli ments President Taft New York Before sailing for his summer homo in Scotland An drew Carnegie had a few yords to say about the tariff question- In my opinion greater progress has been made by tho latest tariff revision toward the perfect tariff than ever before ho observed I can only ex press my opinion by quoting something I read on a postal card lately Let the scowlers scowl let the howl ers howl and the politicians go It The countrys all right and I know It Mr Carnegie highly complimented President Taft saying that be was a model president ORDER TROOPS TO DANVILLE Sheriff Appeals to Governor Deneen for Aid In Preserving Order Among Miners Springfield 111 Governor Deneen Thursday ordered the companies of the state militia at Danville and Cham palgn to report at once to the sheriff of Vermillion county to assist him in preserving order In the mining districts about Danville and especially at Westvlllo where disorder has been rampant for two days The order for troops was Issued after the local officials assured the governor that the situation was grave and there was danger of an outbreak because the saloons have just re opened In Wcstvllle after a period of two years under local option ROCKEFELLER STORY DENIED Starr J Murphy Declares Standard 011 President Hu Not Abandoned Foundation Plans New YorkA press dispatch from Washington announced that John D Rockefeller had abandoned the Idea of securing a national charter for his pro posed foundation Starr J Murphy personal counsel for Mr Rockefeller and speaking for the Standard OH president said the statement was en Urely without foundation Mr Murphy also said that Mr Rockefeller baa nothing tb do with the Economic and General Foundation for which a charter Is being sought from the New York legislature for an aged man of wealth said to have 2500000 to spend on charity Served as LIncoln Body Guard Washington John Henderson SrH who at the outbreak of tho Civil war with Capt Samuel Owens formed a mounted organization and served as President Lincolns body guard during the war died at his homo here Thurs day In bis eightysixth year Boy Murderer Hanged Do Land FlaIrving Hanchett the fiftecn year old boy who was convicted of the brutal murder of Clovlo Ted der a thlrteen year old girl near here In February last was hanged here ONT PAY YOUR DILLSIYou err stOC- Fos eoo4- rlGlt fkEi F H9M A6OJ- Tliua io I tdANEO YaI un WICK fON tluR WAV X CAKT RCAOCM WHtat cotnal L W you ON nor iVi tic Sour 161 i tNT OP rat N MSHT AND k if ra tour The Comet It Going to Destroy DM May 17 Perhaps TAFT DEFENDS SUPREME COURT CALLS DEMAGOGIC CANT PERIL AND ASKS SQUARE DEAL Declares Highest Tribunal Does Not Favor Corporations and Takes Bryan to Task St Louis President Taft gave a vigorous denunciation of Wil liam J Bryan for the latters crit Iclsm of the appointment of Gov Charles E Hughes of New York as associate justice of tho United States Supreme court Mr Taft decried the cant of the demagogue and the Hdls I position of public journals to make unjust charges against men in public lifeAll I am speaking for Is justice and a square deal he said not es peclally for myself for Indeed I am In a position whore I can get along better than some of the rest without it put I am appealing for justice In dealing with all classes Mr Taft was speaking at a luncheon given by the Business Mens league The presidents reception hero devel oped the greatest enthusiasm that has been displayed toward him on the present trip A great crowd welcomed him on his arrival in the Union station and the street was well lined with cheering and flagwaving enthusiasts as be was driven to tho St Louis club where ho was entertained at break fastFrom tho club the president went to the Coliseum where he addressed a not particularly enthusiastic gather lag of farmers who half filled the hall A luncheon at the Southern hotel followed after which the automobile procession with thq president at Its bead proceeded first to the National league grounds where the Cardinals Incre pitted against Cincinnati and afterward to the American league grounds where the Browns were en gaged in a contest with the Clevelands Only a short time was spent at each parkIn tho evening President Taft was tho guest of honor and principal speak er at the banquet of the St Louis Traf fic club MARY HARRIMAN TO MARRY Informal Betrothal Announcement Gives Charles Rumsey Sculptor as Prospective Husband New York informal announcement was mado of the engage ment of Miss Mary Harriman daugh ter of Mrs E H Harriman one of the richest women In the world and Charles Cary Rumsey a sculptor and son of Lawrence D Rumsey of Buf tale Mary Harriman is ono of the six children who will Inherit ono of the worlds vast fortunes When E H Harriman died September 9 1909 ho left all his real and personal property to Ills wife and she immediately as sumed tho active management of the estate Big Fire In Japanese City London A dispatch from Kobe states that 8000 houses all the public offices and three banks at Aomorl northern Japan were burned Tuesday Thirty thousand persons are homeless Sixteen wore killed and many Injured Tune loss Is estimated at 10000000 Chief of Police Slain Pontiac I11Amos Brown chief of police of Falrbury southeast of this city was shot and killed by an un known assassin Indict Mattoon Officials Mattoon illMayor Charles T Welch and Chief of Police John W Welch were Indicted Thursday by the Coles county grated jury on charges of malfeasance and perjury at the town ship election on April 5 Mayor Welch is charged with swearing to affidavits signed by men woo were not residents of the city Rear Admlrjil McCalla Dead Santa Barbara CalRear Admiral McCalla U S N died hern Thursday of upoplexy r f tal OOKY f THIS otu UU 4UC ARt You cosy- to MY TetS eat wA ccM CD A FAA AStMtMF- teu CAN comer A JDOCiaNT UMDtnt 70 DWJma ar IKAT IM fu oc NIAauiQ wrtc PlO atRt ivt lITaNOKINa UNTIL rIAY tln AM5TIa eH wtttula You jJ ONM IUDCYICNr Us LIE IS GIVEN TO GARFIELD IBalllnger Tells Committee His Prede Mada Unfair and False Statement to President Washington It was not a fair or truthful statement exclaimed Sec retary Balllngcr during the Ballln gerPinchot Investigation referring to a sentence In former Secretary Oar fields letter to tho president last November which read Ho Balllnger directed the recla ination service to prepare lists for restoring the withdrawn lands but to do so slowly In order not to attract public attention Mr Balllnger said that all the lands actually bad been restored within a period of three weeks Mr Balllngor again denied that he had ordered or directed as testified bIMr Newell and Mr Davis that the reclamation service should recommend the restoration of sites withdrawn under OarfieldIMr Balllnger said that since Pin shots dismissal there had been a reversal of tho policy of tho forestry bu reau which held full sway when Plnchot was In charge Secretary Balllnger read to tho com mitten a letter received from the presl dent last September In which Mr Taft said the weakness of PIncbot lay In his inability to credit high and honorable motives to those who differ with him as to his method of doing things 9 CHILDREN SAVE BIGAMIST Jury Frees Man When He Brings His Flock of Babies Into Court New OrleansJoseph Ynuthler was acquitted of the charge of big amy In St Barnard parish after his attorney made a plea for acquittal on the ground that the defendant was tho father of nine children who were In court No attempt was made to controvert tho fact that Vauthlcr had Illegally married a second wife Vau thler claimed that he was Intoxicated at tho time 900 IRON WORKERS STRIKE Bridge and Structural Men at Chicago Walk Out Demanding Increase I Wages Chicago Nine hundred bridge and structural Iron workers struck for an increase in wages and all Iron work on the now White Sox ball park and other largo structures was halted Fifteen of the smaller contractors have already signed up with the unions nt the Increased wage figure and about 350 men returned to work where the weather would permit WILL RAISE MAINE WRECK j House Passes Senate Bill Providing for Removal of Battleship From Havana Harbor Washington After 12 years the ill fated battleship Maine Is to be removed from tho Havana harbor and the bodies which went down with the vessel will be Interred In the Na tional cemetery at Arlington- A bill providing for such removal and burial was passed by the senate Tho bill has already passed the house Mikado Daughter Is Wedded Tokyo Princess Nobuko Fume noMlya the third surviving daugh tar of the emperor of Japan was married today to Prince Asakn The wedding ceremony was most elaborate and picturesque The princess woo born on August 7 1891 M Beerbohm Weds Actress New YorkCable dispatches received here Thursday announced the marriage In London of Max Beerbohm writer and critic to Miss Florence Kahn Americas actress whoso home Is In Memphis Tenn Tho ceremony was performed with great secrecy Wednesday evening Ordered to Panama Vallejo CalOrders wore received Thursday at Mare Island navy yards for the cruiser Vicksburg to sailat once for Panama J W f BUSINESS IS FAIRS Unsettled Feeling Prevailing for Some- Time Past Has Been Allayed to Some Extent New YorkR 0 Dun 8 Cos week ly review of trado says Tho unsettled and apprehensive feeling prevailing for some time past In tho financial markets resulting in declining prices has been allaed to somo extent altnough there has been a disappointing check to tho buoyant movement existing In mercantile lines at the beginning of tho year Tho causes of the financial recession were partly economic partly political It Is to bo noted however that tho effect upon th3 Industrial and mercantile situation has been slow and In some parts of the country It was hardly no ticeable Efforts to remove tho obstacle of overproduction from tho pig Iron sit uation are proving successful AS evi denced by returns covering tho output during April which show the smallest total with ono exception since September 1909 Buyers still pursue a waiting attitude and hesitation Is also apparent In the markets for finished materials consumers delaying In the hope of securing price concessions- In dry goods circles considerable reserve buying power was disclosed at the auction sale of carpets which attracted buyers from all over tho country A continuation of the slight Improvement in tho demand for cot ton goods by converters printers and tho manufacturing trades was noted but jobbers are holding back awaiting the coming of tho government cotton report In June when they hope for a further revision of prices Fall River has been selling contracts on wide cloths to run through June July and August on a basis of 264 cents per pound for print cloth yarn construe tion Yarns rule slow Dress goods are Inactive In first hands and except for an advanco of five cents per yard on a single Hue of woolen mens wear little change Is noted In the quiet trade In that quarter Activity in footwear Is for the next season run and the demand Is quiet for seasonable lines for Immediate do livery Producers are running their plants on part time as they have not commenced fall cutting as yet Prices are maintained Leather rules quiet and the demand for mutt varieties is less active than previously noted Failures and Exports Now York Hraditreots rays Business failures In tho United States for the week ending with May 5 were 191 against 1S9 last week 214 In the like week of 1909 2SS In 1908 154 In 1907 and 162 In 1906 Business failures In Canada for the week number 18 which compares with 21 for last week aud 29 In the like week of last year Wheat Including flour exports from the United States and Canada for the week ending May C aggregated 1854 370 bush against 2059239 bush last week and 1024094 bush this week last year For tho 44 weeks ending May exports are 124085607 bush against 151967264 bush In tho corresponding period last year Corn exports for tho week 205307 bush ngalnst fllBSH bush last week and 268734 bush In 1909 For the 44 weeks ending May 5 corn exports aro 25498504 bush against 28542278 bush last year Will Save 500000 a Year Milwaukee The city of Milwaukee will save 500000 a year If an ado quote cost unit for municipal expends urea can bo substituted for tho pres ent haphazard way of doing thlngu Is tho opinion of university professors TOBACCO MARKET otrerlngslastnumber 245 hhds were burloy and 1429 were dark The offerings of bur ley continue smallonly 234 hhdn wero sold at auction The offerings at auction of dark tobacco were 393 hluls composed principally of common aircured out of condition tobacco There was a greater demand for air cured trash lugs and common leaf at an advance of fullyt4c of the re ported private sales 11 hhds were bur Icy and JOG alrcurcd lugs and ex port leaf sold to various parties GRAIN MARKET Cincinnati May 7FlourWinterp- atents 5a550 do family 4a42 spring patent 550a580 do fancy I430an15 do family 440a455 Rye Northwestern blended I430all0 do city pure 4riCa47C 1VhoitNo a U13aUGH No 3 red 99cat03 Corn No 2 white 69a7Oe No 3 white 6SL 4aG9e No 2 mixed 04aG4Uc car corn white G3a6rc yellow Cla66c OatsNo 2 white 4Ba45Hc No 3 white 43iti44a hayNo 1 timothy 17al750 No 2 timothy 1550alG Not clover mixed IIi Oal0 Malt Spring barley 7 ia80c Barley No 2 spring 70a74c RyeNo 2 Wa84c Bran 2150a2250 ton LIVE STOCK MARKET Cincinnati April 7CattleShipp- orn 635o760 extra 765o775 butcher steers good to choice 625a7 heifers extra 7a710 good to choice G35aV cows extra 623a650 hulls flolcgna 5a675 fat bulls 550nO CalvesExtra 825 fair to good fG50 aS Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers 9GOa970 mixed pack ers 950a965 common to choice heavy fat sows 7500875 pigs 110 Ibs and less 850a975 Sheep Kx tin 625 good to choice 585aGlB Lambs Extra 825 good to choice J7SSaS15 TOBACCO AMONG THE NSANE Its Continued Use Incites Many to BeUnivencome Quarrelsome Tease and Mo Sw leet Fellow Patients That the majority of the insaneWNOLsmoke or chew is too woll deserve special mention Some alien ists have been of the opinion that thiNMonarc eclsItespecially on the chronic insane 1 be hove thin to bo tho case In some of the secondary dements but ordinarily though calming at first It has an ex citing effect later on writes Doctor 1 limner of St Louis True If lieiangdttemporary contentment resulting rpmi Jaud Ii the gratification of tho craving of the patient Is looked upon ns tho Dctlona lila of tobacco I agree that Its nro miming But this quieting down InNovenmy opinion takes ploco on the sam t principle that a child guts quiet trndand tl stops crying when Its wish ConascI though most unreasonable Is gratifiedhis vc The rule Is that smoking causes or prolist of prlnccbccomqsoon as they touch tobacco TheyygalI1get quarrelsome tense and tI their fellow patlenls and render themof du selves obnoxious generallynreutrThat tobacco really docs cause In SroUi sanity Is evidenced by the magic fofSc feet seen In some oases after the dis Carrl continuance of tho drug when the pa of tb lents condition Is still such that he Ie w Is not wholly Inaccessible to reason title sad has will power enough to uban heirs don the habit Thus I have seen that titles beginning melancholia with suicidalwereImpulsion hallucinations of Tcnt kinds forced actions besides the prflI lUlio cursory symptoms of Insanity such IJ1rltlIR Ineomnlo crying spoils praocordlal anxiety fears of Impending evil that something Is going to happen Impo lency vertigo beginning Impairment of memory nnd judging power and even the lowering of the moral touK all of which and a host of other symp toms were attributable to chronic to basso Intoxication disappeared after freedom from the habit was estab fished But whenever a case has gotten to far that commitment to an Institution has become necessary tho prospects am not so good because such persons as a rule cannot be convinced that tobacco is or has been the cause of their mental trouble Their argu mont Is that almost everybody smokes that all their friends and no qunlntnncec chew or smoke without showing any symptoms of Insanity Tho alcoholic Insane when leaving the 4 Institution to enter active life again generally knows and admits that al cohol has been the cause of his men tal breakdown the nicotinevictim dots not admit anything There liat been n movement on foot In the medical press and to some ox tent In the dally papers which latter chronicle the few cones that como to public knowledge under the head Gono Insane from cigarette smoking 1 etc to counteract the spread of this fatal habit fatal to the Individual himself and pernicious to the coming gen cratlnn but no tar apparently with out any appreciable result French medical observers are of thin opinion that one of tho factors caus ing the depopulation of France Is the excessive use of tobacco by Its In habitant for tho offspring of Invet orate tobacco consumers Is notorious ly puny and stunted In stature and lacks the normal power of resistance especially on the part of the nervous system again In our county It Is a significant fact that an astounding percentage of the candidates for nd mlMlon to West Point and other mill tary schools are rejected on account of tobacco hearts from nil countries and from all clauses of society come reports In Increasing numbers of the baneful effects of tho tobacco heart Rut the consumption goes on and will do rot until an example IK set by those who above all others can call mate the disastrous effect of the habit LIQUOR IN BRITISH GUIANA Ordinance Adopted In Colony Stopping Sale cf Ardent Spirits to Aboriginal Indians The policy of prohibiting the rale of ardent spirits to the aborigines of Ion colonies which tho Native Knees and the Liquor Frame United committee Is urging upon the lirltlnh and other governments has beery adopted and is being enforced in Brit ish Guiana A colonial once report just Issued states that nn ordinance line been adopted In this colony pro hibiting tho tale of Intoxicating liquor to nny Indian and provides that ally such liquor may bo seized and forfeited Any Intoxicated Indian may be arrested and detained In any lockup till ho Is sober and Is liable to a penalty If ho refuses to give Infor mation ns to the person who supplied him with liquor Liquor In German Army Barred At the recent international congress an alcoholism hold In London a Our man delegate made tho statement that Emperor William had Instituted a very notable temperance reform In the army Schnapps or liquors of any sort Is no longer served to the troops an formerly The only llquoralloived besides tea coffee water or milk te omen scCn EDWARD VII DEAD r i GEORGE V RULES f Universally Lamented Monarch Succumbs to Pneumonia WHOLE NATION IN MOURNING IMonarchs Death Occurred Before Sub- Jects Had Realized That He Was Seriously IIISketch of His Long and Brit liant Career Edward VII king of the United Kingdom of Great Britain end Ire land and of all tho British Dominions beyond the Seas emperor of India as Ida full royal title reads was born tn Buckingham palace London on November 9 1841 and was tho second child nnd first son of Queen Victoria and tho Prince Consort Albert lieI was christened Albert Edward aIM at his very birth was given an imposing list of titles Ho was at once created prlnco of Wales and iby virtue of that lhgSof duke of Cornwall and Its emolu ments and as heir to the crown of Scotland ho became great steward of Scotland duke of ltothel8 oarl of Carrick baron of Renfrew and lord of the isles On September 10 1819 he was created earl of Dublin this title being conferred on him and his heirs In perpetuity Among the other titles and commands held by Edward i were duke of Saxony colonel of the Tenth hussars colonel In chief of the I Rlllo brigade fold marshal of the British army and field marshal of the German army I The prince received a most elabo rate broad and carefully planned edu cation At first he was under the p charge of four private tutors and sub jequ ntly his education was directed In order to give him a taalo of college lifo he was sent for by Bnrou Stockmar and Charles ono session to tho University of Ed inburgh for ono year to Oxford and for four terms to During theso years bo acquired a wide gen era knowledge of tho arts and set prices and became quite proficient In modern languages In 1860 tho prince made a tour of the United States and Canada and he next year he Joined the British army at Curragh camp Ireland In 1862 ho net out on his travels again this time visiting Jerusalem and other places of biblical Interest Ills com panlon on tho trip was Dean Stanley of Edwards public life began In February 18C3 when as heir to the throne ho took his seat In the house of lords On March 10 of the same year bo married Princess Alexandra Caroline Mary Charlotte Louise Julia the eldest daughter of King Christian IX of Denmark Her beauty grace nud charming manners at onco gave her a In Great Britain that has continued unlessened throughout her life ns princess and queen In 187576 tho prince made an extended tour through tho Indian empire nnd was received everywhere with lavish and magnificent hospitality the native rulers seeking to outdo one another In the gorgeousness of tho entertain ments provided for their emperor On the death of Queen Victoria January 22 1901 Edward succeeded to tho throne The coronation was set for Juno 26 1902 and all preparations for the magnificent event had been when disquieting rumors of I the kings ill health which had been current for several days were con firmed by tho postponement of the thekingand on Juno 24 ho underwent an operation After some weeks of tho greatest anxiety ha recovered and tho coronation took place August 9 prlncohoodsolely In tho office of representing the royal family at all manner of public events and he performed these du ties well But tho deadly monotony of such a lIfo was too much for tho vigorous man and he found relaxa tion in amusements that frequently gave rise to scandals and that gave the world a wrong Impression of his especiallyfondboon companions for years were actresses and actors Also he devel oped a great liking for Paris and often visited that gay capital Incognito hut all this as has been said was only his relaxation and after coming to tho throne his conduct always was so circumspect that not the moat cap tious critic could find any fault with It Edward was always a liberal patron of art and science and manifested a lively Interest In exhibitions chart table Institutions the housing of the poor agriculture and other matters that concerned the welfare of his sub jects Ho assisted In tho Royal College of Music and the Im portal Institute was due to his sug gestion While prince of Wales he carefully abstained from participation In politics nnd from all action that could be construed into of one party over another He culti rated tho most friendly relations with public men whatever their opinions might be and ho was equally cour teous to all At peculiar crises of pub lic opinion his visits to Mr Gladstone Mr Bright and other prominent mem bers of tho liberal party did much to counterbalance In the public mind Queen Victorias preference for her Conservative ministers It was said THE LATE KING EDWARD VII Klngsley Cambridge Wcstmlifstcr popularity completed promoUng preference that Edward always Inclined to tho Nationalists In Irish politics but con stitutional restrictions prevented his showing his preferences In relation to the Emerald Isle An a diplomat Edward was uncxccl led among tho monarchs of Europe Ills Influence was always thrown to tho sldo of International peace where compatible with national honor and Ida advice and example had a steady ing effect on nil Europe Ho looked with amused tolerance on the va garies and extravagances of his ncph ew the emperor of Germany but oc casionally that ruler exasperated him to such an extent that ho could not refrain from giving him some stern advice Such admonition was not re ceived by William In n submissive spirit and onco In a while there were sensational rumors that tho peaceful relations between the two countries were about to bo ruptured Tho development of the kings char acter In his later years was especially gratifying to tho nation In addition to the love of hs people which he had always bad ho gained their nd miration and respect They had the utmost confidence In his good Jildg mont as was amply exemplified diir Ing tho lato crisis over tho bUdget and they were always sure he would do He right thing at the right time To Edward and Alexandra were born six children Tho first Prince Albert duko of Clarence died In 1892 aged twentyeight years Tho second George Frederick Ernest Albert born on June 3 1865 succeeds to tho throne Tho other children are Princess Louisa Victoria married to tbo duke of Fife Princess Victoria Alexandra Princess Maude Charlotte married to Prlnco Charles of Don mark and Prince Alexander John who died tho day after his birth In 1871 il THE BREAD FROM HEAVEN I IIBy HENRY F COPE Chicago M breadMatteatIn the prayer that men of almost every creed and those of none can Join In praying wo ask for the gift of dally bread Docs this mean that any are so foolish as to suppose that by miraculous Intervention In answer to flint petition our tables will bo spread and our natural appotltles sat Jelled Perhaps Jt has this childish moaning to some iut to those who enter Into tho uni versal significance of this petition it has a finer greater cpntenL It utnnds for that of which wo are always conscious when wo como into tho presence of tho Infinite and find ourselves in the light of truth and that Is that we are never sufficient for any day without tho bread that must bo given to us the food that strengthen tho Inner life Intellectually and spiritually we have not grown much beyond tho high chair if our life has no deeper and more constant needs than those of meat and drink if we have not como to know that man does not live by bread alone It wo have not como to feel that no matter how great the abundance of thlngn may bo unless wo are nourished and supplied within we are In miserable poverty and tam ineThat is the bitter tragedy of many lives that they never como to know a hunger not satisfied by tho delights of tho flesh they live and die In a world circumscribed by thlngsNolth cr this nor any other prayer can have any reality to them because their hands can grasp all their hearts seem to need They may use the phrases of another life but they are wholly limited to this one The meaning of this prayer may well bo tho measure of a man If it means but bread what Is he more than a digesting animal But if It means longing after truth hunger for love tho passion for perfection tho desire for the presence of great thoughts then ho has In him Godlike capacities Then to him prayer be comes not simply a possibility but a necessity which compels tho habit of aspirationThis tho prayer that humanity has boon breathing In all Its art Its music and poetry this has been tho root of religion tho sense of the un satisfied life and the unceasing endeavor to find that which meets those needs not catalogued In our physiol ogles nor met by our markets Be cause man Is a spirit ho cries aloud for tbo life and light that Ho beyond the dust and clay The reason so many oven professedly religious people live such brutish lives IK becauso they aro crushing down this longing they are too busy with tho trifles and tools of living to provide for tho needs of life Itself or they foolishly hope to satisfy and nourish their souls by weekly pre digested meals No man snakes a greater mistake than ho who neglects tho appetites of his heart who perhaps thinks to him self I am a practical man I have no time to waste In moonshine In poetic or Idealistic dreaming Tho moat Impractical lives are those that have no time for dreams and tho emptiest those whoso hands are no full they have no time for their hearts When you get back to tho secret of all great lives you will find this al ways true That their roots struck deep from tar below the surface they were dally securing strength endu rance courage to attempt high things and faith born of a sense of tho things that do not changethe eternal vent tiesWe must find time to nourish tho affections feed the flame of high faith satisfy lifes Inner longings for food that never was on table nor on board or we shall die at the roots and while maintaining all tho other forms of life shall bo but walking forms from which the soul has fled Wo need to pray Glvo us this day our dally bread to reach out our hands to tile Infinite to believe that In some way the great Father of spin its knows our spirit can speak with us that the lIfo beyond that larger completer life for which wo were born may bo sccn at times Its fair fruits may sometimes be our portion nnd in tho strength of that food wo may Hvo our days as those who live forever Christ Gently Comes Do not think of any preliminaries to coming to Christ but come and como at once Just as I am is for snits as woll as sinners Do not think that you must prepare your heart before you give It to God Ho wants it In the rough It Is his work to prepare it Christ Is tho purifier and the very first thing la to come to him or rather shall 1 say to let him como In Behold I stand at the door and knock Each one has to open A very little latch will keep a door tasta rusty lock will keep it very fast You must undo tho fasten ings It Is not lla way to force tbo door his coming Is gentle and to an open dour Does any selfwill close the entrance to this chief of ten thou sand tho altogether Lovely Onp Renounce it hero and now and then It will bp easy to believe and receive tho fulfilment of tho promise I will como In to him and sup with him and ho with moRov W E Boardman STATE RESTS IN HYDE TRIAL MRS MARGARET SWOPE TELLS HER STORY TO JURY She Contradicts Defenses Declaration Concerning Division of Col ends Estate Kansas City Mo Mrs Mar garet Swope widow of Logan 0 Swope told her story to tho Jury tn the trial of her son Inlaw Dr D C Hyde for tho murder of Col Thomas II Swope her brolher in law After describing the events between September 12 and December 18 she told with much feeling of receiving from her son Thomas the fragments of capsules he had found In tho snow whore Doctor Hyde had thrown them Mrs Swope told how she fastened the pieces to a card and soon afterwards telephoned for J O Paxton her at torney She washed her sons hand after smelling the fingers Tho odor suggested almonds MM Swopo said that she Doctor Hyde and Colonel Hunton discussed tbo residuary estate which Colonel Swope intended to leave to some charity They talked of how the es tats would bo divided among tho rela tlves if the will remained unchanged This contradicted the defenses decla ration that when Colonel Swopo died Mrs Hyde and her husband did not know whether or not they would rev col vo any thing Mrs Swope described the seizure of Mote Hunton and his death from apoplexy Her voice failed frequently and she was obliged to cease speak ing for a few seconds to regain con trol of her emotions Doctor Jlyde and Mrs Hyde a few feet away watched her closely and listened eagerly to every word With Mrs Swopes testimony in the stato rested Its case Kansas City MoA new point was scored by the defense in the Swope case Friday when Doctor Cross who was on tho stand as a witness for Dr U C Hyde accused of Col Swopes murder declared that by tho mingling of formaldehyde and ammonia hydro cyanic acid the active part of cyanide would be formed In the embalming fluid used on Colonel Swopes body was formaldehyde Ammonia said the witness is present in large quantities In all bodies MINE TOLL NOW REACHES 195 Over Half of Male Population of Pates Ala Are DeadOnly Eleven Bodies Recovered Palos AlaThis mining village is plunged in grief More than halt of the male population Is believed to hard perished as the result of Fridays explosion in mine No3 of the Palos Coal and Coke company hero About 200 men45 white and 150 negroes are thought to have been killed Eleven bodies have been found Tho rescuers have not yet reached tho 2300 foot level where tho largest number of men were working at the time of the explosion There It is expected the largest mass of bodies will bo found Coming so soon after the disaster in the Mulga mine of tho Birmingham Coal and Coke company at Mulga Ala where 41 men lost their lives last month the disaster has spread consternation in the mining villages In this section HEARST SUES WATTERSON Enters Action for Damages for 3200 000 Against CourierJournal and Its Publisher Louisville Ky Through Leon P Lewis a local attorney William Ran dolph Hearst Friday entered suit in tho federal court against Henry Wat terson individually for 100000 and the CourierJournal for the same sum The suit against Mr Wattcrson Is based on his editorial of April 30 which according t tho petition ap plauded tho attack made on Mr Hearst by Mayor Goynor at the Press banquet In New York and accepting as proven Gaynors charges The action against tho CourierJournal Is In two suits ono for 50000 for pub lishing a headline rending Hearst Guilty of a Penal Qffense HELD ON FORGERY CHARGE Indictments Are Returned Against Former County Surveyor White neck at Wabash Ind Wabash Ind Elected four years ago as a reform candidate for county surveyor In a campaign vbereln graft was charged Ora Whlteneck the only Democrat elected to county office here In CO years was arrested on nine Indictments charging forgery and one Indictment charging embezzle meat All of these charges wore for shortages resulting from hits term ns surveyor Will Join Federation Danville VaThe Virginia Federation of Womens Clubs has voted to Join the general federation of wom ens clubs Banker Indicted for Forgery Montgomery Mo Joseph Merritt former cashier of tho Rhineland Mo bank was indicted Thursday by the grand Jury hero for forgery Tho In dictment comes as a surprise while bo was organizing a new bank Young Jay Gould to Wed Parisit Is reported that young Jay Gould and brother of Marjorie Gould who married J A Drexel Jr recently has become tho flanco of Miss Beatrice G Van Brunner of New York I t r L i c ROUND ABUT THE STATE What Is Going on In Different L Sections of Kentucky d The above likeness of Augustus E Willson is a penand ink sketch i from a lato photograph of the Governor made by Gaspard tho wellknown artistiI Governor Willson Issues Invitations to Attend Dedication of New Capitoli personIn i commission Gor Wlllson issued the following Invitation To All Our People of Kentucky and to All Our Neighbors You aro I cordially Invited by tho citizens committee and tho capitol commission capItol held at tho new capitol at night from 730 to 11 oclock Senator W O Bradley wit deliver the principal address Frankfort KyThe right of a Judge to change his opinion expressed orally and enter an order contrary to the opinion expressed orally has been upheld by the court of appeals in the case of J M Robertson against M F Donelan etc affirming the Judgment of the Campbell circuit court Judge Settle writing Upon complaint of Robert Porter Donelan then a mag Istrato In Newport issued a forcible detainer against Robertson alleging that ho Porter was the owner of property occupied by Robertson and entitled to possession of It Upon hearing the evidence in the case Don elan decided that Robertson should remain in possession of the property but failed to enter an order and changed his mind tho next day giv ing Porter the possession of the prop erty The appellate court says that he has the right to make this change Frankfort KySlowly but steadily the resources in the banks in Kentucky are Increasing W Sherman hall in charge of the banking department has completed a comparative statement of tho resources and liabili ties of the banks in Kentucky There are 436 banks 36 combined banks and trust companies and 13 trust corn i panics doing business in this state These banks had on April 12 total resources of 1104468867 They have a combined capital of 19947440 sur plus and undivided profits of 840 S8G and deposits of 70294642 Paris KyTho cornerstone of Paris handsome new Federal building I was laid under tho auspices of Parts lodge No2 F and A M In tho presence of a largo throng After the invocation by the Rev Dr B M Shlve the ceremony of placing tho corner stone In position was performed by tho officers of the grand lodge Grand Mas for John W Coles Deputy Grand Mas ter Robert Barman Grand Senior War den David Jackson and Grand Junior Warden Joseph H Ewnlt Lexington IThe final inspection of the new Interurban line between Lexington nnd Nlcholasvillc prelim inary to opening to the public was made when an interurban car bear- Ing General Manager J L Oppenhelm er Superintendent of Construction J J Pope Chief Engineer George Mc Lend and Superintendent of Transportation Henry hush left for a test run to NIcholasvlllo Ellzabothtown KyReal Estate Agent J R Ashlock told the residence and fifty acres of highly Improved land of Judge Weed S Chelf near this city td II U Irglehort for 8600 Judgo Chelf will move his family into the city Cynthlana KyRev Charles Arthur McFaul pastor of the First nap that church Orange Tex who com nlttod suicide at Houston was mar rigid to Miss Mary Hubbard Smith of his city daughter of tho late Prof N R Smith here Fel runny 22 last A wj 1 RAILROAD NOT RESPONSIBLE Louisville a Nashville Railroad Not Liable for Death of Mrs Edmonds Judgment of the Kenton circuit court in the case of M L Harbeson administrator against tho Loulavlllo 1 Nasvllle railroad Co was affirmed tho court holding that Mrs Emma Ed JlstreetdeathCThe Judgment of the circuit I h court in the case of the against the Payne affirmed the appellate commonwealtlljthe 100 license tax 1 The Judgment of the cult court in tho case of Dave Smith i J sheriff against J M Renshaw and C O Prowso was affirmed Judge Nunu dlssentlng Smith a sheriff failed to renew his bond within tile statutory time laid down by law and ho was ousted by Prowse who appointed Ren sbaw Louisville KyKentucky Prohlbl tionists in convention here declared in favor of a constitutional amend ment prohibiting the manufacture and I sale of liquors In the United States and selected candidates for congressIIn the 11 Kentucky districts R Jones of Chicago chairman of the I national executive committee and IiMrs Frances E Beauchamp president I of the Kentucky W C T U took I active part in the conventionjiIParis Ky Careful inquiry and InIvestigation over Bourbon shows that there is an abundance of c tobacco plants and that while there t cent cold weather retarded tho growth to some extent there wilt bo more 1 than enough Tho fruit however was badly damaged and strawberries Incjjured Alt garden stuff was ruined and many farmers have replanted Corn planting is in progress all over tho I county and Is going forward rapidly 61Beattyvllle Ky Lightning Instantly r killed Alfred Hampton colored and hurt Albert Brandenburg another colored boy while taking ohelterIfrom a thunderstorm under an tree In Owsley county The men oakIbeen planting corn and when Fi storm came up went to the tree for t shelter I I Danville lyThe Boyle county to bacco warehouse was sold by Messrs George Cogar of this city and Henry McWtlllcms of Versailles to H C Bright and William 1Ie9sIDanville and Mr Price of vlllc The new firm will erect another tobacco warehouse in this cityI Idersondead In a ravine here lIe had beer I missing for several days I f t SteaMarraweroiWuO OtiO Oh Sotg3OWOOCMrue4 O ftO East Kentucky Correspondence 1 News You Get Nowhere Else i 10 eorrtipoodenct pitnuts anises filmed IB Ull by tin wrttei the Dame 1 I 11 tot wrraoanMWOnn0oonang0jao000oa earn ii rdeo M rw faith Writ pUioll acAO Wut Berea College Fair for Fire side Industries Will be held Wednesday Juno 8 1- the 0 College Commencement Day 1 Room 4 Lincoln Hall Read the list of premiums and pro pare to make an exhibit If you should not take a premium you will show your skill and may have an op portunity to sell something TAKE NOTICE Enrles may be made a any time from noon to 4 p m on Tuesday June 7 or from 7 to 10 a m Wed nesday June 8 1910 All goods entered for premiums s must have been made since last Com mencement Day June 9 1909 and must be the product of the person o whom the premium is paid For Instance the premium will be paid to the WEAVER OF A COVERLID and not to the person owning It or the material from which It was mode No premium will be given iwo year Iii succession to the same person YOUNG WOMKN ATTENTION- As I we desire to encourage the younger women to weave the pre miums on Rag Rugs are offered this year only to weavers under twenty years of age If any weaver under twenty years of age should be awarded a premium 9 on a coverlid one dollar will beI added to the usual premium Home products not Included In our i list of premiums may be exhibited and offered for saletWe offer fine premiums for hickory or oaksplit baskets melonshaped There Is quite a demand for such baskes If well made The size should not be over that of a halfbushel and smaller ones will find a readier sale The expenses of the HomeSpun Fair are borne by the Department of Fire Side Industries and we find 11 necessary to charge 10 per cent commission on all sales made PREMIUMS OFFERED lit and Ilomepun and homewoven Cov fioo 5 oo Homeipun Table Spreads raltenu 100 w IJnen 1 100 30 Cotton 1Loa yo Homespun Pillow Covert Coverlid Patterns Loa y Linen 100 50 Cotton 100 jo- Ijnsty 8 arda 100 50 A Figured Linen 8 yard 100 50 Plain Linen 8 yards 100 50 Rag Rugs figured ljo 75 Rag Rug carpet weave 10 50 a Hickory or Oak melon shaped Baskets Jtt loo- Axhandles homemade30 23 Handmade uplitbottom Chair ljo 75 Handmade Rustic Chair 150 75 No premiums are offered for Llnsey or Linen which contains less than eight yards Only second premiums a will be given for secondclass anl cltf3 when no firstclass ones are enteredBerea to College can not buy Cover lids this year as heretofore as it is already overstocked A Committee on Home Spun Fair JACKSON COUNTY be AGUKKMIAL- t6reenhall May 9 Harrison PIerson Is erecting a new barn and doing A other Improvements which add great ly to the looks of his farmJohn Smith of Surgeon vialed relatives at Greenhall Wednesday and Thurs day Miss Lucy Plerson was the guest of her aunt Slnilda Plerson several days the past week The Rev A D Collins preached at Royal Oak Sunday to the largest congrega tion that has assembled at that place for several months He will preach at Royal Oak hereafter the first Saturday and Sunday In each month There will be preaching at Rock Spring SundayThru mistake some of our boys were taken before the magistrate court at Travelers Rest Saturday accused of shooing on the public highway but on investigation they easily proved their Innocence The shooting waa done by some un known parties who were not on the road but near by luau Hugh May 9People of this vicinity are almost done planting corn Miss Dora Ely of Berea visited friends here last week Owing to tho recent rains and cool nIghts gardens in this part are very poorMr W F Henry of White Station stayed over Thursday night with W R Bonge enroute to the mountains buy ing sheepIr J C Crowley while working on the church house here stuck a nail In his foot and It is giving him some trouble Next Wed nesday is road working dayllr and Mrs Solen Azblll were the welcome guests of Heo Benge Saturday and Sunday last- CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY Mother who Ttlna tbelr own comfort and the welfare of their children ihonld never be without a box of Mother irajrl Sweet Powders for Children for nte I hroiiKhou t the ea on They Uretk u p Cold Cure Fereruhnerf Conitlpatlon TeethloK Dli ordrn Hcxdache and Stomach Trouble TIn g POWDKII8 NEVER FAIL SoldbyalIDmgorea the Dont tanyeubetfut trial iackage will be tent PUKE to any mother Who will addreti Allen S Olmited Le Jtoj M Y I ETIIEL Ethel May uAll the farmers arc busy planting corn Died on the 26th of April Emily Rich daughter of John F King She leaves a husban friendnand relatives to mourn her lassIt- hi reponed here that Robert FRceco son of Wesley lleece who had como from Ohio a short time ago to this plaoo was on the first of tiny klllet by John Poe who shot him twice once In the shoulder and ouce In the back Reece lived till five oclocl tho next morning Mr Wesley and John fleece of Ohio came to eee the last remains of Robert F Reece HI remains were laid to rest In the Me Hone graveyard Died on the Ctl of this morrh the infant child o Mr W F NeeleylV F Carter ha Just returned from Morrlstown Ten nessee where he has been at work In the picture business Everybody In this part of the coun ry is for the lIon Caleb Powers for Congress Mrs Martha Gabbard who has been staying with Mrs A J Maxwell has gone home and M J Smith is stay lug there noVn P Marcum and wife have gone to Buffalo with a load of goods Mr and Mrs John Curry of Nathanton visited Samuel Mosser and family Sunday31r Henry Rice and mother visited relatives in Gray HawV Saturday and Sunday Mr Lee Ding of Nathanton visited at this place Tuesday Mrs Florence Met calf of this place la very U1Mr G W Moore of Caution is visiting among his friends at this place Hurrah for Caleb Powers UCRLET Hurley May 9Most all the poo pIe in this part are getting busy t planting their cornMr G W Mc Collum went to Big Hill Saturday on business Several from this place at tended church at Birch Lick Sunday Next Saturday and Sunday is our regular meeting time at Indian Creek Miss Pollle McCdlum who has been attending school at McKee came home SaturdayMr Riley Gabbard visited his uncle Perry McCollum Saturday night He also attended church At Sycamore our next I3tILDUED Mildred May 9 Prajier meeting at J Vaughns Saturday night was well attended Jones Bros are doing hustling business with their new store Thursday nigh May 5 deah entered the home of R P Weloh and took from them their kind and loving daughter Sudle who had been sick for about IS weeks Sudle was good girl and liked by all who knew her and a member of the Baptist church While it is heart breaking I give her up it Is a sweet consolation to think of the testimony else I leaves that she Is wdth the happy I angels singing around the throne We loved her yes wegoldenI her but God has loved her he has called her to that to I forever blest precious one from us Is gone A voice we loved is stilled place is vacant In our home Which never can be filled CLM ER nOTTOM Clover Bottom May 10 Cnsu3 tak Ing Is about over here nowJohn A Smith visited his daughter Lucy Dean Saturday and Sunday H N Dean has returned from Kavanaugh where he has been taking the census for some 15 daysJ W Durham fin- Ished hh job of taking the census of Coyle district Saturday lie was the only enumerator for Jackson County that had a colored family to report Died a few days since the Infant child of Ellen Slmpscn Roy Dean I- sslckH N Dean went to Berea Monday on business S A Enge says that Saturday will be his first empty court since he has been In of fice Several parties from this County are expecting to attend the trial tomorrow in Kavanaugh District la the suit botween Lain Co against Abrams etcJ A Smith lost a good mule last wookJ J Davits County Superintendent for this Countyi pass ed thru this part of the country for Richmond to at end a superintendents meeting to be held there CLIMAX Climax May SRegular church days were May 78 at the B C 11 S B church Services conducted hy the Rev Culton The Rev and Jin Ballenger ore happy over the arrival 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper to learn that there fa at one dreaded dlxaie that science has been able to cure in all ire sta Sea and that in Catarrh Haifa Catarrh Cure lath punitive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a conttltutlonal dl ue require a cunitltutlonal treatment lIalls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting direct ly upon the blood and mucous surface of the yttetn thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the b building up the constitution and aasistlnRnatur in doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith In Ita curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for caste that to cure Send for list of testimonials Adding p J CHKNNY ft CO Toledo O Sold all Druggists c Take Hair Family rill for constipation of a cloven pound boytr Barlow Clark was In Climax on business on the 7th Isaac Rooor Mecky lie tor and Grant York wore visitors at Clear Creelt this week Mrs Sarah Rector is Improving D G Rector I will start on the road very soon j traveling for the JamtfB C Bailey Per trait CoIsaac Rector Is going to I engage as salesman for the1 U Davis Soap CoJohn Gadd was Climax on business the 7thoInI father James Henry Is on the On the 7th of Stay Isaac Rector Rev Andy Ballinger and DIrt Rlgxle killed a very large coon Farmers are very much behind wMi their work on account of we weather M Rector and Isaac Rector were In Klrksvllle and Paint Lick on business last weekour new merchants Mc i Cracken Bros are doing a hustling business on Main Street Corn la scarce and high around heroD U fleece Is working for J M Rector ICLAY COUNTY t lllUMNO hlItINOS- ANNOUNCEMENTi I The Rev T B Stratton ot Barbour vllle Dls rlct Superintendent ot Lev IrTgton District will hold tile thlM Quarterly meeting at Blnghams cha pet Wednesday night and Thursday May 18 anti 19h 1JIO J T GenT pastor Tho Rev Sratton will Inter est the audience on the merits of religion llIlinilTKIIAUK Bright Shade May 5 The farmers have been delayed In planting corn on account of the cool rainy weather Dr Bob Thomson tho dentist was at this place for the purpose ot fixing icorh and received a large am ount of work to doDr C T lUck ets visited Manchester Saturday The Circuit Court began Monday May 2 at Manchester Several fromII this vicinity are visiting court at Manchester Boyil King and Jack Armstrong have returned from Knoxville TennnSEXTONS CUK1K Sextons Creek May 7 Farmers are very busy plamlng cornIt Is rep orted that John Poe killed Robert Reece last Sunday evening about six oclockThe Rev J P Metcalf and others preached at Splvy last Sunday Mrs Rachel Spence is veTG111 She is no expected to live very longDorn to Mr and Mrs John Metcalf a fine boy There was a log 11tuckI calf went to Manchester Monday on Ibuslncss1I1Ie Bowman and family J move to Hamilton IIIngRichmond with a drove of catIevKritIM cnEEKCII am In position to give you better C1clandlselug You era invited to come and OiIa for yourselfSJ B Stewart Spring Creek Ky MADISON COUNTYtKINGSTON Kingston May 9Mrs Ellen Pow ill and Miss Martha Powell were Inij Richmond Jhursdll on buslntw I 12FlaneryMissed Gran Maupln and Fairy Settle 10 were Berea visitors Saturday Misses Martha and Suda Powell Flossie and Maud Baker Messrs Roy Hudson and John Jones were the guests of Mrs F M Jones at Dreyfus Sunday The Sunday school at this place Is progressing nicelyMr Louis Parks of Clnclnnal spent a few days last In week with his brother Curt Parks Mr and Mrs Green Durham wore IhoII guasts of Mrs Durhams parents Mr and Mrs W T Powell Saturday and Sunday Miss Nannie Lunsford has gone to Berea to spend a few days wih her sis er Mrs Vena Muncy Mr B W Lain and daughter Pearl were in Richmond Tuesday en bual ieasMrs Maud Se tie is visiting at Lexington this weekMr Jas Mur ray left for the mountains to buy thcepMr Kllcus Daniels sold A R Glbba a nice bunch of hogs Mrs Robes Hudson and daugh er visited in Richmond TuesdayDr Cook and wife of Waco have moved here We are very glad to welcome Dr Cook here as Dr Caywood has loft 1IJltEYFVH Dreyfus May 8The Rev C Nash tilled his regular appointment at iho Bap 1st church Sunday Mrs Boitie Hudson who has been eJck for the past two weeks Is able to be out again Several of the people In this vicinity arc down wl h the measles Mr and Mrs James Baker of Hugh were guests of Mr Ed Baker Sat night and SundayMiss Can dos Denny who has been at Richmond for two weeks ha rourncd home Mr Cure Bengo was In Berea on bush Saturday and Sunday School is progressing nicely There will hnuutlng at the Disci pice church next Saturday sand Sunday conducted by tbo Revs James Lunstord GARRARD COUNTY PAINT LICK Paint Lick May 8Mr Charley came in from Illinois last Monday where he has been for the Imttabc yearsMr Irvine Stowe has moved to tho H Botklns property 1Va11acetcnPeople have ben rom and some have had to plant twice In tho same ground Ponder and family left tar Okla horns last week May bL was Steve 40th birthdays lie had 32 wlh him for dinner and in- itations were given to many that not be there All had an enjoyable time The Rev Tussoy fill his regular appointment at Wal Chapel last Sunday Mco ins Wallaces Chattel second and fourth In each month Meeting at Wallaceton Baptist church Unit and hird Sunday In each mon h Corn- Is worth J350 per barrel sheas 9 per lb3Irs Sam Eden Sr slowjy Improving Sunday school Baptist church every Sanda tt oclock except on meeting days school at 10 oclock then and Chapel every Sunday morning at oclock promptly LESLIE COUNTY InnES Hydcn May 7 Circuit court has hues In session one week hero and teveral cases have been disposed of Albert Blevlns was given two years the pcnltenJary for forgeryEdl or Chapiicll has moved his printing to his new home on Bridge SU Jfhe railroad surveyors are progress ing They are new surveying up Beech Fork about 18 miles above Hy denThe following students returned home from Berea Chester Dixon Roscoe Begley Boone Bcgley Miss Lula Begley and Miss Mae Lewis The committee was called ego tier nt CorbIn naming Sept 15 as the day of the primary and August 27 as the day to adopt the rules governing this primary Politics have been very In teresting since the Powers men claim the committee wanted to give Mr Powers a square deal or they would have adopted the rules then and there or no set the day so close up to the election A large majority of tlw committee are In favor of Mr Edward and perhaps wanted to do some Schem- Ing before then The Powers men claim he principal scheme will bo to adopt some rule whereby the Democrats can come In and vote as they are all for EdwardsMr I M Woolen the city barber will move io his new home on Main Sreet Mon OHIO COLLEGE DENTAL SURGERY Central Avenue and Court Street Cincinnati ThlH College was organized In 1815 and the With Annunl S Kclcn begins October 4 1010 Three SeaalonK of seven month each are re quire for graduation This U the first dental college stallUhed In the West It Is coeducational and hits iv ttnchlng corps of twenty In structors Its buildings are modern and well adapted to the requlre inentn of modern dental education and Its clinics are unsurpassed Optional Spring and Fall Courses In clinical Instruction are also given For further Information and announcement address H A SMITH D n S Dean 116 Garfield Place Cincinnati Ohio Highest Scientific Authority Has demonstrated that of two loaves of bread one raised ivltb Royal Baking Powder and the other with alum Jok- Ing powder thaRoyal raised loaf Is 32 poi oont more tUgeatlblo than the other Avoid Alum day Judge C K Calert has brought suit against the County Board of Educa Ion In which he will try to compel the Hoard to build n County High School at llydcn A plan to wards having a cchcol at Hytlen next fall la wing very slowly The town hits not got a District schoolhouse and If the men dont wan their little lays loafing on the street it j le time they are up and doing The Hon 11 M Brock will addnssa the voters of Perry County at liaised on the first day of Circuit Court In next month In the Interest of Caleb Powers candidacy for Congress Mr Brock U today one of the ablest speak ers in the mountains lie believes In taking every thing dirty and shameful out of politics We need more politicians like him I I IIYDEN CITIZENS BANK Hyden Ky We do a general banking business and solicit accounts of firms and In dividuals thruout eastern Kentucky We are seeking new business and wei are prepared to take care ot It A B Eversolc Prea T G Lewis Vice Pros Thos L Gabbard Cashier IIIOCKCASTU COu19T1l- lOONEJ Boone May 9Thrre was meet Ing at Fairview church Sunday conducted by the Rev C C Wilson The child of Mr and Mrs Arch Davis died last Monday and was bur I led at Scaffold Cane Tuesday The family have our deepest sympathy Mr S B McClure visited home folks at Snider Sa urday and Sunday Mr Harve Grout visited his parents hero Saturday and Sunday31rs Wm Watkins of Villa Grove HI Is via Ring relatives here Mary CroucTier who Is attending school In Berea visited friends and relative lure Sa unlay and Sunday3lrs Susan wron visited her daughter Mrs Dave Grant Sunday Mr Dave Grant and Goo Wren were Bereft visitors Sui- tdayMr II T Chasteen made a business trip 10 Berea Monday Mr Sol Knuckles is no improving any Mr Grover Thomas railroad employee at Hazel Patch visited home folks SaturdayThe Infant child of Mr and Mrs 1 C Moberly ot Bcroa died of whooping cough and was burl ed at Fairview graveyard lat WoJnos dayMr and Mrs John Wren received a message Saturday of the illness of their daughter Mm Ida Huff who resides ar Taylorsvllle Ill Mr and Mrs Wm GOOd of Rock ford were In our midst Sunday CClNWA Conway May 9Farmers of this place are quite busy getting in their crops Mrs Bill Halley Is Improving IIIn tUlnr Raltton chickenI lor apeICu U the ever used lot Cholera I MsnatKtarcd oalb fie v- w r ROYAL tV3rBaking Powder renders the food more digestibleand wholesome AI 6 OW8f t Absolutely 1 tt Pure Jet r1 t Mrs M Hayaa Is no botor Mr Bob Bowman and wife of Rock ford visited Mr Bowmans father of this place Saturday and Sunday Mils Rhoda and Mr Sid Bowman and Miss Leo Sparkman visited Palivia Sunday school last Sunday3lrs Pat tie Brooks baby Is betterMr Chas Bowman la Improving slowly The Hev Coulton ot Itlchmond held services at this place Sunday nlKlrt which was enjoyed by allMr Henry Bowman a tended church at Brush Creek Sunday Mr and Mm Arthur Dalle visited Mr Tip Longford Saturday and SundayMr Harry Gabbard the drummer stopped at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr Gilbert Ialley I vlsled M Vernon Saturday and Sun dayMiss Ercc4l and Fannie Hlat lot HIatt visited Mr and Mrs China I Bowman lust week Sunday school U progressing nicelyMr A P Gab bard is hi Jackson County on bust nessMr Jasper Anderson of Boone vllle visited Mr I A Bowman amt fanriv the past wiek- LAUREL COUNTY IlTTHIIllllU- Plttsburg May 4Died April 27 Mrs Rebecca Blare tho wife of Mr John Ware She the mother ofI five children She died with measles at the age of fiftyfive years The dead In Christ aru only sleeping I Tho their beds be made of clay They shall rise and joyfully moot him- When He comes In that great Idai that live shall Jill glory But the dead shall first arise I Then together we will hall Him King Immanuel in the skies O and ready brother Let us hall the mighty King Singing Grave where Is thy victory And 0 death where Is thy sting Singing closes Sunday May 1 at East PltJsburg wl h a largo crowd present There was a baskot dinner IlIetBorn to Mr and Mrs Harley Snow a fine baby Measles and small pox are getting Home better Work Is very dull here now IIVIIIA- Elvira May 9Most everybody In this part Is done planting cornMr Clay Mays of Orpha awed thru here I Saturday on his way to London Mr Richard Hlbbard has returned home I from Wyoming Singing at Fatrvlew every Sunday evening conducted by Smith Foutz = Mr James Kelley at tended church at Fairview Sunday Mrs Jane and Flora Karldge visit In McKee lost week Misses Sal led and Frances Kelloy attended church at Fern Bronchi Sunday and reported I Continued on fifth pate SAVE YOUR FOWLS Bourbon Poultry Cure U iccccnlicd on rho standard poultry of tho world J t U thn ODD rrrawJy tbut can bo depended on with absolute certaInty to cure and prercat GapcH Cholera Itoup rotm ot poultry dlt raeCB Afewdropafnthodrinking water keep owls beslthyand tree from dlca +a A ono n gallon ot rnrdlclco Our- Ito treatment of Ulockbcad and other diseases In turkeys Bourbon Poultry CureI HAS NO EQUAL W W Poultry moot and I W was nee be robed III At All Leading DrugoUU GOo per Bottle b It I IrolledBourbon Remedy CotlICOTJIMtedI J I For sale by Porter Drug Company Inc Berea Ky ow